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  • Shirley Reilly UA Track Athlete

    UA Track Star and Gold Medalist Traveling To Rio For Fourth Appearance

    Shirley Reilly, UA Wheelchair Track and Field athlete, will represent Team USA for the fourth time at the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
  • Former UA Swimmer Marcus Titus

    Former UA Deaf Student Places 6th In Olympic Trials Race

    Former UA Student Marcus Titus placed 6th in the 100-meter breaststroke final at the U.S. swimming trials.
  • Tatiana Placencia Women's Wheelchair Basketball

    Welcome To Adaptive Athletics Tatiana Placencia

    The University of Arizona Adaptive Athletic Program is proud to welcome Tatiana Placencia to our team this fall.
  • UA Wheelchair Tennis Player Dana Mathewson

    UA Wheelchair Tennis Well Represented At 2016 Paralympics

    Two current and three former UA Wheelchair Tennis Players will compete in 2016 Paralympic Games.
  • UA Wheelchair Basketball Recruit Almaz Holt

    Welcome Almaz Holt To UA Adaptive Athletics

    University of Arizona Wheelchair Basketball and the Adaptive Athletic Program are proud to welcome Almaz Holt to our team in the fall. Almaz comes from the highly respected Rancho program, who produces great young players. Welcome Almaz!
  • UA IT Accessibility Logo

    UA Ranked Number 2 On List Of Online U.S. Disability-Friendly Schools

    Congratulations to our IT Accessibility team, Dawn Hunziker and Jeff Bishop, on the UA ranking Number 2 in a list of the top-10 online disability friendly schools in the United States.
  • Former UA Wheelchair Women's Basketball Player Jennifer Poist

    Former UA Adaptive Athlete Headed To 2016 Paralympics

    Former UA Wheelchair Women's Basketball Player Jennifer Poist is representing team USA at the 2016 Paralympics in Rio de Janeiro, September 7 through September 18.
  • DRC building

    Disability Resources

    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.
  • UA Wheelchair Rugby Team and Volunteers

    BIG Thanks To Our Volunteers!

    UA Wheelchair Rugby and the DRC Adaptive Athletics Program would like to thank the UA Women's Tennis and Gymnastics teams for volunteering their time to assist with Rugby's Wednesday practices.
  • Students in the UA's new geosciences capstone class, Accessible Earth, will visit Lago di Carezza in the Dolomites of the Alps,

    UA Creates Accessible, Study-Abroad Geosciences Course

    The Geosciences capstone field course will be based in Italy and serve juniors, seniors and graduate students starting this summer.