Centralized Systems that Promote #DeafSuccess at Colleges and Universities

Capacity Building on College Campuses

Faculty Play a Key Role in #DeafSuccess

Deaf students are attending postsecondary institutions at higher rates than ever before, but the attainment gap has only slightly narrowed in the past decade. Faculty members play a central role in supporting accessible learning environments for deaf students in postsecondary education and training settings. Dr.

The Importance of Student Feedback to Improve Campus Access

"I think it's time for a new perspective, one that only a deaf person can offer."
Dr. Harvey J. Corson.

Looking Beyond Academic Access

“Good enough is not good enough if it can be better. And better is not good enough if it can be best.” ― Rick Rigsby

Accommodation decisions and practices are framed by the notions of "functional equivalency" and "reasonable accommodations" cemented by the enactment of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) 31 years ago. Because of this, some postsecondary institutions may interpret their legal obligations under the ADA as the need to provide only the bare minimum.

Madison College Embraces Change for #DeafSuccess

Learn to create an inclusive campus in NDC's new course

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