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The DO-IT (Disabilities, Opportunities, Internetworking, and Technology) Center, located in Seattle, Washington, is focused on increasing awareness and access for people with disabilities. They offer resources for students, advocates, and educators on topics such as universal design, assistive technology, and career preparation.

Bestcolleges.com created a guide to prepare students with disabilities for their rights in the workplace, resources, as well as caeer planning tips.

DREAM: Disability Rights, Education, Activism, and Mentoring, is an organization focused on advocating and supporting students with disabilities in post-secondary institutions.

ULifeline promotes education and resources for mental health and wellness as well as resources specific to the UAS Counseling Office. Resources include articles about mental health and wellness as well as mental health self-evaluators. Additional information about mental health resources is available through the UAS Counseling Office.

Haley Moss is a lawyer, an author and advocate on disability inclusion, autism, and neruodiversity. More information about Haley, including her own experiences as a person with autism, can be found on Haley’s website and by watching Haley’s keynote speech from the 2020 UAS Power and Privilege Symposium.

Haben Girma is a lawyer, an author, and a Deafblind person. More information about Haben's experience of graduating from Harvard Law and her work advancing disability justice can be found on Haben’s website.