The Student Disability Resource Center (SDRC) provides assistance for eligible students with disabilities by ensuring that appropriate academic accommodations are made. Accommodations vary by individual and may include interpretive services, testing accommodations, assistive technology, and note taking assistance. Appropriate academic accommodations will be determined based on the documented needs of the individual. If you would like to learn more about the services available through the SDRC office, please go online firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 850-474-2387.
The Common Ground Inclusion and Diversity Training group provides peer training and dialogue to help create safe spaces to discuss issues of difference and inclusion. This group is open to all students who are interested in promoting inclusion and diversity on campus. Please contact the Dean of Students office for more information email@example.com or by phone at 850-474-2384. We would love to have you join us!
The Military Connections Committee helps promote a military-friendly environment and plans and implements campus events that recognize and encourage veterans and their families. The committee is made up of faculty and staff and welcomes students. Two of the most visible events planned by the Military Connections committee are the Veterans Day event and the Memorial Day observance. For more information, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 850-474-2384.
Community Outreach is a new component of Inclusion Services and Programs. Through community outreach, students and other community members are invited to participate in various on campus activities including assisting with scheduling campus visits, collaborating on different activities, and participating in and support of broad-based events. The University is a central focal point of the community. The outreach program helps build inroads and opens communication with different sectors of the community.
Inclusion Series Spotlights Inclusion Services and Programs is excited to introduce a new initiative to the UWF community - The Inclusion Series Spotlight. The spotlight series provides an opportunity for students andstaff to engage in conversations with people who hold historically non-traditional roles. Come join Inclusion Services and Programs as we learn more about the "people in our neighborhood".
Autism Inclusion Program (AIP) provides academic, social, life skills, and career planning support to students with Autism who attend the University of West Florida.