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The CDC estimates over 4 million college students have a disability. But the actionable research foundation to support their success in higher education doesn’t exist — until now.

Our Goals
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01. Establish

a research foundation of disabled student experiences and success

02. Cultivate

a greater understanding of disabled people by all campus stakeholders

03. Collaborate

on a student-centered model focused on access and equity

04. Create

actionable strategies to boost enrollment, inclusion, and completion

Defining Disability

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.

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Communications Network

Our Communications Network is an active group of community members who share similar goals for disability inclusion, postsecondary success, educational attainment, and greater accessibility in higher education.

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