a research foundation of disabled student experiences and success
a greater understanding of disabled people by all campus stakeholders
on a student-centered model focused on access and equity
actionable strategies to boost enrollment, inclusion, and completion
Disability is a broad and wide-ranging part of our lives. Some people are born with a disability; others acquire one or more during their lifetime — such as needing crutches for a broken leg or having a mental health crisis.
Free and open to all, these townhalls will bring together students, faculty, administrators, and researchers to discuss critical topics, understand study findings, and get a pulse on what is happening across the nation.
The University of Texas at Austin
1912 Speedway SZB 2.404F
Austin, Texas 78712
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