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Disability Justice Series

The Disability Justice Series is a six-week workshop series for interested in social justice and community activism related to disability and access.  

The series will address:

  • Understanding Disability Identity
  • Recognizing Disability Oppression
  • Learning Disability History
  • Celebrating Disability Culture
  • Engaging in Disability Activism
  • Finding Disability Justice

Students who attend all six sessions will be recognized with a certificate of completion.


All new students are required to attend one DRC Orientation session.  Orientation will provide you an opportunity to meet with DRC staff and to set up accommodations like note-taking and testing.  Attending DRC Orientation may replace an individual meeting with an Access Consultant.  We welcome you to come with questions!

In this one-hour meeting we will:

Additional AT Resources

Make Your Mac Speak 

Did you know that your Mac can read aloud to you? Mac OS X Leopard and later includes a cool Text to Speech function that makes the Mac speak selected text in text-based files — including web pages, email messages, spreadsheets, calendar entries, PDFs, text documents, Finder windows, and even iTunes.

Diagnostic Services

The following Tucson area clinicians have been identified as providing diagnostic services for learning disabilities. You are welcome to contact other appropriate professionals in order to document a learning disability or provide information regarding a request for reasonable accommodations.

Residence Hall Access Features

Halls with wheelchair accessible community bathrooms:

  • Yavapai
  • Coconino
  • Arizona-Sonora
  • Colonia de la Paz 
  • Villa del Puente
  • Árbol de La Vida (Honors)
  • Likins

Halls with wheelchair accessible suite/attached bathrooms:

  • Pima House
  • Colonia de la Paz
  • Villa del Puente
  • Pueblo de la Cienega
  • Posada San Pedro
  • Maricopa
  • Coconino
  • Árbol de La Vida (Honors)
  • Likins

The Role of DRC

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.  

Read more about ADA/504 Compliance.