If you are considering doing a Course Load Reduction, your completed application must be turned in to SSD by 5pm on Monday April 1st. For more information or to download an application, please visit the CLR/MW page April 1st is the last day an undergraduate student may, with the dean’s… read more
The Cohen New Works Festival presented by the University Co-op features many exciting projects this season, four of which directly engage ability. Please see the Festival schedule for the times and venues of the events listed below: Colossal “Colossal” is an epic theatrical event. Featuring a twenty-person ensemble, dancing, and a drum… read more
SSD Students~ PLEASE BE ADVISED that next Friday, March 29th will be the LAST DAY that test reservation forms for the remainder of the Spring semester will be accepted by the SSD office. Many of the days for end of semester exams and final exams, in our limited space, are… read more
On March 19th, SSD and the disABILITY Advocate Student Coalition hosted an open disABILITY Advocate Training. We had 12 eager participants, with Division of Housing and Food Services, Dean of Students, University Health Services, and Sanger Learning Center being represented. We are excited about having 12 new Advocates to help… read more
SSD Student Forums SSD will host two student forums during the Spring 2013 semester. These forums allow students to directly connect with those responsible for accommodating students and keeping the university in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. This is an opportunity for students to ask questions, share ideas,… read more
Check out the Spring 2013 edition of the SSD newsletter for information about staff updates, scholarship information, and important upcoming dates and deadlines. SSD Newsletter Spring 2013 To view our past newsletters, please visit our Newsletter Archives .
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