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.
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.
UA Women's Wheelchair Basketball Athlete On 2017 U.S. Team
The NWBA announced the 2017 U.S. Women's Wheelchair Basketball Team on Wednesday, and UA Women's Player Sarah Heinzl made the cut. The selection process involved a three-day camp at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colo.
The UA is committed to continually improving disability access. The DRC has created a brief anonymous survey and is asking for your feedback to help prioritize selected building spaces, entrances, and circulation routes that we have identified as needing improvement.
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.