SDR Fall 2014 Orientations

Student Disability Resources offers an orientation at the beginning of each semester for students who want to learn what is available through CSUMB's Student Disability Resources office. Learn about procedures for requesting accommodations and resources on and off-campus!

Fall 2014 Orientation flier

ACCESSIBLE PRINT Fall 2014 Orientation flier

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Disability Awareness Events 2013 - 2014 flier

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Inclusive Diversity Workshop

On Thursday, March 27th, 2014 SDR co-sponsored an "Inclusive Diversity: How to Ensure Disability Access" workshop.  This educational, interactive workshop was an opportunity to increase awareness of ways to include people with visible and/or non-visible disabilities in your activities.

In addition, a Traumatic Brain Injury PhotoVoice exhibit by Central Coast Center for Independent Living was on display in the University Center. The exhibit was a collection of photographs and narratives that express what people with a Traumatic Brain Injury want you to know about their disability. March is Brain Injury Awareness Month!

More information about the TBI PhotoVoice project is at:

Workshop materials:

Workshop Agenda

Inclusive Diversity Powerpoint presentation by Alicia Hernandez Sanchez

Communication Strategies

ADA Event Checklist for Monterey County

Accessibility Checklists from Stacey Milbern

Please be aware that CSUMB's parking policy has changed! You must have a valid CSUMB permit to park in posted disabled parking spaces even if you have a valid DMV disabled parking placard! See links below:

Buy a permit online

Next SADE meeting

The next meeting of the CSUMB club Student Awareness for Disability Empowerment will be held every other Thursday, from 4:00 - 5:00 pm in the Library in Room 1167. MAP

Next meeting will be Nov. 7th!  More info can be found below.


Disability Art

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CSUMB Disability Organization for Students: Student Awareness for Disability Empowerment

Student Awareness for Disability Empowerment

Meets bi-weekly on Thursdays, 4:00 - 5:00 pm at the Library, Room 1167. MAP

For information, to request ASL interpreters or accommodations to attend, contact Sylvia Luna at

Why join?

To help provide educational programs, networking, and awareness in order to advance the rights of people with disabilities within the campus community.

View the SADE flier here!

Want more?

For more events and classes related to Health, Disability, and Wellness, please see the Personal Growth and Counseling Center's Groups, Workshops and Classes.