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Inclusion and accessibility at IU Bloomington: perspectives of students with disabilities
IU Bloomington students representing different majors, years at IU, and perspectives about living and learning on campus will share their insights about some of the most significant experiences they've encountered at IU, both positive and negative, related to their disability and their academic work, their extracurricular activities, and their social interactions.
An Accessible University presentation
Bring your questions and join us for this timely and relevant discussion! Please also share this information with others who may be interested.
Requests for accommodations
For more information
The Accessible University series is a collaborative activity of IU Bloomington's Disability Roundtable, coordinated by Vicki Pappas of the Indiana Institute on Disability and Community and Alice Voigt of the National Center on Accessibility. For further information about the Accessible University series or the Disability Roundtable, please feel free to contact Vicki (email@example.com) or Alice (firstname.lastname@example.org ).
Revised: March 21, 2011
Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Multicultural Affairs