While the DAC office space is currently closed, the DAC team is all working remotely. Please direct questions to the DAC reception by one of the following methods:
The Disability Access Center is a team of student employees and staff, who have a passion for student success. We partner with over 1,800 students a year, to help them excel not just at WWU, but as they move into the working world. Our goal is to help students grow to be confident, self-advocating, engaged members of society, who use their unique talents to enrich the communities that they live in.
Returning Students and Prospective Notetakers:
Who do we serve?
Many of the students we serve live with invisible disabilities. You are not alone and all are welcome here! DAC serves students who have a wide variety of disabilities. This could include:
- Cerebral Palsy
- Traumatic Brain Injuries
- Hearing Loss
- Diabetes and other medical conditions
If you don’t see your condition listed here, come visit us. We’ll assist you in deciding if accommodations could be useful.
Please visit our New to the DAC Webpage to get started.