Differing Abilities Advisory Council
The Differing Abilities Advisory Council assesses, educates, and advises the University of WI- Stevens Point community on issues related to all disabilities and accessibility.
The Council reports disability and accessibility concerns to the Chancellor.
Provides input regarding accessibility to planned campus renovation and construction; such as, the new accessible Communicative Arts Center entrance, north and south DeBot residence hall renovation projects (2009-2015), and the new construction building projects of Suites @ 201 residence hall (2011), Waste Education Center (2011), and Chemistry Biology Science Facility (2015).
Serves as the clearinghouse for student and staff accessibility complaints and concerns.
Provides feedback to Facility Services as they coordinate snow-removal priorities and building maintenance schedules so as to minimize disruption for staff and students with mobility issues.
- Works to improve accessibility and the campus climate for those with disabilities.
To Report a Concern
Have questions or concerns about accessibility issues on campus? Please contact the Disability and Assistive Technology Center Director.
Location: LRC 609
For accessibility concerns, please indicate the location (building/floor/room, parking lot, street, etc.) of the issue.
For other concerns, please indicate the date, time, location, and factual account of the issue you are reporting.