Do you have a disability or have you experienced life with a disability?
Are you interested in disability justice?
Have you had any good, bad, interesting experiences with access at UMBC?
Fill out an anonymous survey to guide our upcoming discussion about disability justice on an institutional and interpersonal level, the current state of the movement, and what it means to be an ally!
As part of Monday 9/27's CSJ 101: Disability Justice at UMBC and Beyond, we invite you to share a little bit about your experiences with disability justice at UMBC or outside of campus. Please note: This survey is anonymous and is not collecting any identifying information unless you opt into it at the end.
Want to know more about CSJ 101 and sign up to attend? Check out the myUMBC event here!
Want to learn more about the theme for this year's CSJ? Check out our WordPress site for all of the information on CSJ.
Disability Resources at UMBC:
- Coordinating accommodations for UMBC students with disabilities
- Advocating and advising students with disabilities
- Managing UMBC’s efforts related to Title IX and other civil rights issues including discrimination, hate, and bias
- Promoting and coordinating inclusive excellence, equity, and diversity practices