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.
|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|
A membership to professional organizations is great on your resume and offers valuable insider resources.
|National Organization on Disability|
|National Disabilities Rights Network|
|American Council of the Blind|
|Job Accommodation Network|
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