Disability Cultural Center
The Disability Cultural Center (DCC) is a new and exciting space for students, faculty and staff to explore and celebrate disability identity, culture and community. DCC will offer a variety of events and programming that promote an authentic and intersectional perspective on disability. The DCC is a casual space for you to drop by anytime!
We are located on the second floor of the Disability Resource Center in Highland Commons Room D217.
The DCC is supported by Student Services Fee funding.
Meet the Coordinator
Toni Saia is the program coordinator of the DCC. She is a PhD candidate studying Counseling Education and Supervision with a minor in Higher Education. Her vision is of a just world, where disabled people have equal opportunity to participate fully in all aspects of life, communities are barrier-free and access is universal. A world where discrimination is unthinkable.