Director, Disability Resource Center and Adjunct Faculty
Sue Kroeger is currently the Director of Disability Resources at the University of Arizona. Prior to coming to Arizona in 1999, she was the Director of Disability Services at the University of Minnesota for 14 years. She manages a staff of 40 full and part-time employees that provide services to faculty, staff, and students with disabilities, assists the university in meeting its obligations, and provides consultation and education.
She received her master’s degree in rehabilitation counseling at the University of Arizona and her doctorate in human rehabilitative services at the University of Northern Colorado. Prior to coming to higher education she worked in public and private rehabilitation.
Dr. Kroeger, in addition to her administrative duties, has presented at numerous conferences, published articles on disability and higher education, and co-edited a book entitled “Responding to Disability Issues in Student Affairs” published in 1993. She has been Treasurer and President of the National Association of Higher Education and Disability. She holds adjunct faculty status in the Department of Rehabilitation Counseling where she teaches undergraduate courses in Disability Studies and advises graduate students. She has been principal investigator for numerous federal grants and has consulted nationally and internationally.