Invisible/Visible Disabilities

Resources for Students With Visible/Invisible Disabilities

If you’re a student with a disability, you have specific rights to protect your educational and professional pursuits. With onsite and offsite resources readily available, we encourage you to take full advantage.

Campus Resource Purpose Contact
Academic Success & Disability Services Students with learning differences, physical/medical needs, and mental health diagnoses can seek academic, housing & dietary accommodations and are encouraged to set up an appointment with ASDS. Amy Wilms
Multicultural Center An inclusive space where students from diverse backgrounds can meet, plan events, and more. Peter Topou
Campus Diversity & Inclusion Provides students of color and their allies with valuable resources to foster an inclusive experience. Peter Topou
Office of Equity & Title IX Oversees access to formal complaint processes and alternative resolutions in regards to discrimination and harassment within the legal scope of Title IX and more. Erica Moorer

How to Change the World as the Director of Equity & Title IX

We have entered the 20th anniversary of Sexual Assault Awareness Month against the backdrop of a vicious pandemic and growing polarization. Yet, there are individuals who dedicate their lives to ensuring a more fair and just world. To hear from …

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4 Tips for Discussing Your Mental Health with Your Boss

It can be tricky, petrifying, and difficult to talk to your manager or potential manager about your mental health. But it’s a necessary conversation to have. Below are four suggestions for how to approach workplace conversations about your mental health.

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Chronically Capable | Tips for Job Hunting While Living with Chronic Illness or Disability

Chronic illness and disability are more ubiquitous than you may realize: more than 40% of the U.S. population lives with at least one chronic illness and that number is expected to increase to more than 50% this year. And 26% …

By Maggie Rojas - Idealist Careers
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1201 East Colton Avenue
Redlands, CA 92373

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