ADA and Accessibility

Welcome to the Campus Disability Resource Center (CDRC) at Cal Poly Humboldt (Humboldt).  Humboldt welcomes the opportunity to provide its community with additional and more specific information in support of the accommodation process and accessibility inquiries.

Beginning the Accommodation Process

To begin the process to request accommodations, select below which status you are at the University:

FOR STUDENTS   Student Inquiry Email

FOR EMPLOYEES   Employee Inquiry Email

FOR VISITORS   Visitor Inquiry Email

ABOUT ACCESSIBILITY

THINKING ABOUT ATTENDING HUMBOLDT?

Mission Statement

The mission of the CDRC at Cal Poly Humboldt is to meet the educational and employment needs of its students, staff, and faculty without regards to disability.  By providing a specific venue for academic adjustment or accommodation and/or work accommodations, Humboldt strives to provide reasonable and appropriate services to those in its community who have disclosed a disability or condition and who have requested accommodations.  Humboldt strives to be responsive to the needs of its community through its commitment to providing services that support equitable access and foster equity and inclusion.

Role of the ADA/504 Coordinator

The Americans with Disabilities Act Coordinator/ Section 504 Coordinator (ADA/504 Coordinator) is the official on campus who ensures compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (1990) and its amendments (2008) as well as Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. The ADA/504 Coordinator also works to oversee campus accessibility as well as accommodations for students, employees, and visitors with disabilities.

The ADA/504 Coordinator is:

Crystal C. Coombes (Interim ADA/504 Coordinator)
Lower Library, Suite 5
Phone:  (707) 826-4678
Email:  ada@humboldt.edu

Office Information

Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Lower Library, Suite 5
Phone:  (707) 826-4678
Email (student inquiries):  student504@humboldt.edu
Email (employee or visitor inquiries):  ada@humboldt.edu

Need Assistance?

Should you need assistance in this process, contact (707) 826-4678.

Emergency Planning

Emergencies can strike at any time.  Prepare and plan now.  CDC:  Disability and Health Emergency Preparedness