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Summer 2024

Educational Access Services office is open!

Our customary hours are 8am - 5pm Monday through Friday. 

Visiting Campus? Click CMU’s Parking Map to view parking options. Please note, lot CP6 (west of Houston Hall) will not be available during Summer ’24. Some walkways across campus and near Houston Hall will be occasionally inaccessible while Geo-exchange System improvements are underway. Please use walkways and doors along 12th St. and North Ave. when accessing services in Houston Hall.  

Accessible Parking will continue to be provided during construction. Tmeeting the needs of our participants EAS will be offering in-person and virtual meetings May 20 - July 31, please call to schedule.


Please contact us at 970-248-1856, [email protected] or stop by Houston Hall 108. 

Last updated 7/16/24

Access the AIM Portal

View the Accessibility Information Management (AIM) portal to manage accommodations.

Have a concern about accessibility at CMU? Let us know! If you have encountered a physical barrier on campus, such as an inoperative elevator, non-functioning handicap button, blocked access ramp, etc, please complete the form above to give us more information. If there is an urgent request or need during non-business hours - please contact Facilities directly at 970.254.4357.

Who Are We:

Educational Access Services (EAS) provides support for students with both permanent and temporary disabilities. This can include physical disabilities, chronic illness/health conditions, mental health conditions, learning disabilities, and temporary disabilities. We are available for new student intake and returning student meetings, please contact us at [email protected] or 970.248.1856. 


Establish Colorado Mesa University as an inclusive and accessible university that expands our understanding and appreciation for the diverse contributions of each individual.


Educational Access Services (EAS) recognizes disability as an aspect of diversity and an integral part of society. We collaborate with students, faculty, staff, and community members to create an accessible higher education community.

Core Values:

  • Provide academic accommodations and promote universal design principals
  • Enable all students the opportunity to fully participate in all aspects of the college experience
  • Empower students to be successful and independent learners