DAC and DOC Disability Affinity Graduation and End of Year Celebration


- 6:00pm


Wilson Library 165 (Disability Outreach Center)


Join us for the Disability Access Center (DAC) and Disability Outreach Center (DOC) Disability Affinity Graduation and End of Year Celebration!

Registration is required: https://forms.office.com/r/WCjecxWbH6

Disability affinity cords from the Disability Access Center and Disability Outreach Center are available to graduating disabled, neurodivergent, and Deaf and Hard of Hearing students by request. If you are not able to attend the event but would like to request a disability-affinity cord, please email Axel Cichocki, Access Manager at the Disability Access Center, at Axel.Cichocki@wwu.edu.

AA/EO. Accessibility Statement: This event is intended for all participants, including those with apparent or non-apparent disabilities. For disability accommodation(s) (such as ASL interpretation), please contact Axel Cichocki at Axel.Cichocki@wwu.edu. Advanced notice is appreciated and sometimes necessary to arrange for some accessibility needs.

Accessibility of the Disability Outreach Center (DOC): 
The DOC is on the ground floor of Wilson Library and is wheelchair accessible. The easiest way to get to the DOC is through the external door west of the skybridge that connects Wilson Library and Haggard Hall. There is signage for the Disability Access Center, the Disability Outreach Center, and lecture hall WL 164. 

This building has accessible and all-gender restrooms around the corner from the DOC. For more information, refer to the Campus Map (https://map.wwu.edu/?features=accessibility) and select the Accessibility filter for information about nearest accessible parking spots, accessible routes, etc. 

Masks are strongly encouraged in the DAC and DOC. Help protect our community by wearing a mask while visiting the DAC and DOC. Masks are available at the door and upon request.

The DOC is a fragrance-free environment. Please refrain from wearing scented products such as perfume, cologne, and fragrant personal care products while using this space, as they can trigger serious health issues for those with fragrance allergies and/or chemical sensitivities. We appreciate your cooperation in making this area accessible! For more information, visit http://sharetheair.ucla.edu.