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Your SDC ASCSU Senators represent the interests and advocate for the needs of the disabled student population through this position appointed by the SDC. Senators vote and bring resolutions and bills, sometimes with funding, that impact students across the CSU community. Contact your Senators to provide feedback and input on the student experience!
Vice Chair, Internal Affairs Committee
Do you want to become an ASCSU Senator or Associate Senator? Contact email@example.com to find out more!
Committee for Disabled Student Accessibility (CDSA)
Colorado State is committed to physical and digital accessibility, and to live up to this commitment, has instated a student fee to ensure all accessibility projects are adequately funded. The Committee for Disabled Student Accessibility (CDSA) offers the opportunity for students to make a change on campus by determining how these student fees will be used to enhance the accessibility of campus. For more information, or to get involved, contact the SDC Director.
Do you have ADHD? Dyslexia? Just want to know what it is to be neurodivergent? Come join the LD Alliance!
The LD Alliance is a group of individuals with learning differences, learning disabilities, or who identify as neurodivergent, as well as allies who are committed supporters of those with learning differences, who are all passionate about creating a close-knit community among each other and a more inclusive and accommodating campus. The LD Alliance will have goals each semester or year, depending on the consensus of the members to create some kind of change, fundraiser, or event that would spread awareness about learning differences or to welcome more members into our community! It is a fun and exciting initiative that you can be a part of! Powered by Eye to Eye National, a non-profit dedicated to creating positive change.
The LD Alliance meets every Thursday in Pinion Hall, Amplify 127 at 6:00 p.m.
For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org
American Sign Language Club
ASL Club is a group of students/faculty who love sign language and deaf culture! Through fun events and activities, we hope to educate the community about this great language and the people who use it. No sign language experience is required!
American Sign Language is a vibrant, complex visual language used by millions of people around the country. ASL Club hosts fun social meetings every week! Check out our Facebook page for the latest updates about or meetings and events. Join the organization on Ramlink.