Students with documented disabilities and related need for access services are encouraged to contact the KOKUA Program as far ahead of planned enrollment as possible.
KOKUA serves students with such physical and mental disabilities as blindness, deafness, health conditions, learning disabilities, mobility impairments, psychological disabilities, etc.
KOKUA aims to create equal opportunity for disabled students by providing services such as disability access counseling, accessible on-campus transportation, alternate media production, campus intervention, community liaison, faculty liaison, notetaking, priority registration, sign language interpreting, testing accommodations, etc.
KOKUA strives to create program access in partnership with students, faculty, administration, and others in the university community. Creating equal opportunity for persons with disabilities is a shared responsibility.