DREAM is charged with the mission of advancing the interests of students with disabilities, in post-secondary institutions, and their allies across the United States. DREAM advocates for student rights, increased accessibility, social and policy change, and aims to provide support and mentorship to local campus disability groups and individual students. We hope to empower students with disabilities to work for local and national change, encourage the development of disability culture and peer support, and advance the study of disabilities within academia.
Any student may attend a meeting or event hosted by DREAM (unless otherwise specified). Any student, with or without a disability, may become a member of DREAM; members may vote and hold office and/or committee positions.
If you are interested in becoming a member, please contact the President, Alexis Koenig or the Vice President, Allie Lindley. Our office is also in the WCC (Warhawk Connection Center).
We meet every other Monday at 6:00 pm in Hyland 1317..
We create a safe atmosphere for all individuals; we are a family.