Only Ten Disability Cultural Centers Exist at U.S. Institutions

(Diverse Issues in Higher Education) – Disability Cultural Centers (DCCs) are different from Disability Resource Centers (DRC) on campus.  Resource centers manage the academic needs and accommodations of a student.  Cultural centers are physical places (many virtual, during the pandemic) for students to connect with other students, faculty, and staff with disabilities and share their experiences, helping to build identity and a sense of belonging at their institution.  Read more.

 

Credit:  This Week in Accessibility by Briana Blaser