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Immunocompromised Requests Due to COVID-19

Immunocompromised Requests for Adjustments Due to COVID-19

The Disability Services Program (DSP) reviews requests for and facilitates COVID-19 related adjustments for enrolled students at the University of Denver (DU). TEMPORARY adjustments may be approved by the DSP for immunocompromised students due to an underlying medical condition, treatment plan, medication regimen or who are otherwise determined to be at a heightened risk by their licensed health-care professional with respect to COVID-19. Approved temporary adjustments are provided at no cost to the student.

Students who are immunocompromised, but who are asymptomatic and/or have tested negative for COVID-19 and would like to request academic adjustments due to their increased risk should first work with their academic advisor to determine what course options and delivery methods are available to reduce their exposure and/or best meet their needs.

After working with their academic advisor, if a student would still like to request temporary adjustments or ongoing accommodations associated with being immunocompromised, the student should complete the Request for COVID-19 Related Temporary Adjustments Form linked below or complete a Request for Accommodation Form for ongoing disability accommodations. If you have questions about which is the right form for your circumstances, please contact the DSP for assistance.

The DSP requires documentation from your clinician(s) or licensed healthcare provider(s) to support your request.

Temporary adjustments may remain in place during the pendacy of the pandemic emergency as determined by the city, state, and federal authorities.

Temporary COVID-19 related adjustments may include but are not limited to:

  1. Late arrival/leaving early from a class
  2. Preferential seating
  3. Housing adjustments
  4. Ability to leave a classroom unexpectedly


The DSP staff are still here to support students, faculty and staff with accommodation request review, implementation support and general information. We will be available remotely during the Fall 2020 term. Our main reception desk is available virtually as are our Accommodation Specialists. You can reach us via phone, email, scheduled online Zoom appointments, and now during DSP's Virtual Drop-In hours. DSP will be holding scheduled testing in the Testing Center as well as limited in-person appointments. Contact the DSP to determine if an in-person appointment is needed in your circumstances or whether we can assist you remotely.

Ready to chat with DSP? Here is how to get started:

Call, Schedule a Phone or Zoom (Video Conferencing) Appointment, or virtually drop-in during our Virtual Drop-In Hours:

  • If you are already working with DSP, you can schedule an appointment with an Accommodation Specialist by logging into Accommodate. Go to the Appointment page and select Request New Appointment.
    • Complete the empty fields to view available appointment times, make your selection, and submit your request.
  • You can also call 303-871-3241 Monday- Friday 8:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m. (Mountain time) or email with questions and/or for assistance scheduling an appointment.

  • DSP currently hosts Virtual Drop-In hours via Zoom on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon and 2:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. MST. During these days/times, click this DSP Virtual Drop-In Hours link or use Zoom Meeting ID: 762 598 8435.