Location: Black Hall 214-5
Phone: (509) 607-9407
It is normal to have varying degrees of ability, but sometimes it results in exclusion from normal activities. ASP raises awareness of the experiences of people with disability as well as the legal rights and moral obligation to remove barriers and increase acceptance. ASP facilitates an interdisciplinary knowledge base that is both practical and philosophical.
Earn your undergraduate or graduate certificate in Accessibility Studies and make a difference in your career and in the lives of others!
This social and service group meets online Fridays at 1130 am. https://cwu.presence.io/organization/asc-club
ASC Zoom (Fridays, 11:30-12:30): https://cwu.zoom.us/j/92194491787?pwd=UVd6SVZJZ2prS1h0aGU2Y2RwWmIydz09
ASC Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cwuascclub/
We are so proud Wendy Holden, Central Washington University’s Director of Disability Services,ASP Faculty Honored For Their Instructional Innovations
Three Accessibility Studies faculty presented at the Faculty Showcase for Innovative Teaching. Congr2021 Graduation Celebration
The Accessibility Studies Club hosted the first annual graduation celebration for people completing