In collaboration with Think Tank, DRC offers weekly academic skills tutoring and drop-in opportunities with a certified tutor. The academic skills tutor can help students develop more effective study skills, better manage time and stress, or prepare for exams and presentations.
Temple University is seeking volunteers for a research study to learn more about how schools can support students with mental health issues to help them succeed in school. Participants will receive $20 for each completed survey, for a totla of $60 if all three surveys are completed.
Adaptive Athletics event puts thrills and skills on display
University of Arizona Campus Recreation hosted “Consider Yourself Challenged,” a fundraising event for the Disability Resource Center, the Challenged Athletes Foundation and Campus Recreation. “Just because you have a disability doesn’t mean you can’t be active and competitive and train at a really high level. We travel all across the country and play sports. We’re all really competitive, and we push ourselves to the limit.”
The largest and most successful collegiate-based program in the country, University of Arizona (UA) Adaptive Athletics provides high-quality, meaningful opportunities for competitive wheelchair and adaptive sports
to disabled students and community members. To donate, please go to the UA Foundation website.
DRC is the campus department designated by the University to determine and provide access to University classes, programs and activities for disabled individuals. Through an interactive process, we will facilitate access either through a reasonable accommodation or by redesigning aspects of a University experience. Our processes are designed to be convenient for students.