Disability Services (DS) Access Technologies Program provides the opportunity for all CWU students with disabilities registered with DS to receive training on and access to specialized equipment and software. Based on specific functional limitations as identified in each student's documentation, some students are offered "priority use" of these technologies. Students who wish to make use of access technologies available through DS must commit to participation in the training process. The following procedures identify the responsibilities of DS and the student.
To establish "priority access" to DS access technologies, the student must provide the DS with documentation verifying the need for specific types of technological interventions and/or support.
Technology and proper support from the Disability Services department can make or break a student'sA New Type Of Diversity: Neurodiversity
When people think of diversity, they generally think of racial and cultural differences. One sHonary Doctorate Awarded To Athlete And Self Advocate, Karen Gaffney
On May 5, 36-year-old, Karen Gaffney will receive an honorary doctorate from Oregon's University of