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Syracuse University’s Disability Cultural Center provides a space for connection and community while engaging in programming and outreach focusing on disability as diversity.
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Inclusive Event Guide

It is important for individuals and groups planning events to consider how they can make their events accessible and engaging to a broad audience. The Inclusive Event Guide provides helpful tips to creating events that are universally designed—accessible to everyone!

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DCC Library

Check out the DCC's collection of books addressing disability culture, intersectional identity and human rights online and on our shelves at the DCC.

Access Mentoring Program

Access Mentoring Program

The Disability Cultural Center's Access Mentoring Program provides peer mentoring by and for disabled undergraduate students. More details to come in Fall 2019! 

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Check out the Language Guide

This Inclusive Language Event Planning Guide provides you with some information on the different types of language that are used frequently when communicating about disability.

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Elizabeth Sierra G’06 Named Disability Cultural Center Director

The Division of Enrollment and the Student Experience has announced Elizabeth R. Sierra G’06 as the new director of the Disability Cultural Center. 

 

Disability Culture and History Research Guide

Disability Culture and History Research Guide

Syracuse University’s Disability Cultural Center provides a space for connection and community, while engaging in programming and outreach resources focusing on disability as diversity.