Disability Access Center

Western’s Disability Access Center (DAC) is offering two opportunities to learn more about neurodiversity and utilizing well-designed inclusive practices. Both workshops are offered in partnership with the University of Washington and will be held online via Zoom, advanced registration required…

Dear University Community,

We are excited to share an update about changes in Enrollment and Student Services (ESS) that will allow us to better serve Western's students.

We have created an Access, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Unit that will be led by Litav Langley as…

 

Josef Mogharreban was hired last fall to serve as director for Western's Disability Access Center and deputy ADA coordinator and since his arrival, he has been working to  get a clear picture of how he can best serve the University community.  

Before coming to Western,…

Thanks to a partnership between the Disability Access Center and Academic Technology & User Services, Western is fully supporting Panopto as the recommended media management and captioning tool.  Panopto is an easy-to-use, centralized media/video management application that is…

Thanks to a partnership between the Disability Access Center and Academic Technology & User Services, Western is fully supporting Panopto as the recommended media management and captioning tool.  Panopto is an easy-to-use, centralized media/video management application that is…

The Veteran Service Office (VSO) and Disability Access Center (DAC) invite the campus community to their Open House on June 6 from 3-5 p.m. in Wilson Library 165-170. We are on the ground floor of Wilson Library, at the southwest corner nearest High Street and Haggard Hall.

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