Disability Services

Office of Disability Services to honor graduating students

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Office of Disability Services will recognize graduating students, student employees and faculty and staff during annual Scholarship and Graduation Reception. Continue reading

Blind veteran and adventurer Steve Baskis to give Presidential Lecture at Wright State

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Steve Baskis’ Presidential Lecture at Wright State will be preceded by a video and speaker series on PTSD beginning April 2. Continue reading

Wright State student crowned Ms. Wheelchair Ohio

Jasmine Spradley

Wright State psychology major Jasmine Spradley was crowned the 2015 Ms. Wheelchair Ohio and will represent the state at a national competition in Iowa. Continue reading

Wright State Physicians adds wheelchair accessible sidewalk to health center on campus

Wright State Physicians Health Center building

The wheelchair accessible sidewalk will provide students with better access to Wright State Physicians. Continue reading

Office of Disability Services to offer film screening and career fair

Kelsey Carroll

The Office of Disability Services will host several events to celebrate National Disability Employment Awareness Month and Disability History Month. Continue reading

Staff, units recognized for excellence

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Staff are recognized for excellence in areas such as leadership, human relations, service, collaboration and innovation. Continue reading

Breaking the code

Senior Mallory Holler learns Morse code for communication and independence
Mallory Holler with her service dog Sparrow

Mallory Holler, a senior rehabilitations services major at Wright State, uses Morse code to help her communication and gain more independence. Continue reading

Growing season

Lake Campus garden shares its bounty with the community
Kip Wright, Lake Campus garden

Overseen by a team of volunteers, the Lake Campus community garden produces thousands of pounds of donated food and helps connect students to the Mercer County community. Continue reading

Going Up: New elevator signs to encourage priority for students with disabilities

Megan Gillespie

Student Government designs signs encouraging the community to give priority elevator access to people with disabilities, the elderly, pregnant women and people with small children. Continue reading