Welcome to the Center for Students with Disabilities!
The University of Wisconsin-Whitewater proudly provides comprehensive services and cutting-edge success programming for students with disabilities. Since 1972, the Center for Students with Disabilities (CSD) at UW-Whitewater has provided a wide array of accommodations, support services, auxiliary aids and programs for students, staff and all members of the UW-Whitewater community.
Students with disabilities are an essential part of the diversity and accessibility that defines the UW-Whitewater campus and CSD is committed to supporting a diverse and stimulating academic community. As part of our mission, CSD actively collaborates with students, faculty, and staff to create an inclusive, accessible university experience. CSD is dedicated to promoting diversity and an equal opportunity for students to fully participate in all aspects of their education and university life.
Welcome students to the CSD homepage, we hope your having a good semester!! FINAL exam requests need to be in by December 1st! As you are registering for Winterim and Spring classes, remember to also fill out alternative media requests for your books as soon as possible, so the books will be ready for when you start classes!
The November blog post for the CSD blog is live. Click here to read it. This month's topic is what ifs and some solutions to those questions. Check it out!!!
If you are a geoscience undergraduate student, please take a look at this exciting opportunity for an inclusive field based research opportunity! Click here for more informaton about it!
A new scholarship has become available
Click here to check the scholarship out!!
Students Travel to Yellowstone National Park
UW-Whitewater students are returning from a two-week trip to Yellowstone National Park. Though this is an annual field work opportunity, this was the first time students who use wheelchairs made the trek. Faculty and staff members spent months planning, researching, and preparing. Students used a portable, roll-out walkway to traverse the terrain, and participated in field discussions using laser pointers and other tools. Read more CSD news...