Disability Community Space (DisCo)
Disability is a core identity for the lives of many; it is vital that students with disabilities at Stanford have a space where they can comfortably express themselves and establish a community. We hope that is space is able to nurture and empower that community. For more detailed information, check out our events and resources.
We are open seven days per week 9:00AM-12:00AM to all in the Stanford community with keycard access. To enter the space, swipe your keycard on the associated pad next to the interior or exterior door. It is required that all individuals using the Disco Space abide by the set guidelines.
Student organizations or departments interested in reserving the DisCo Space for events and/or meetings should fill out our DisCo Space Reservation Form.
For more email updates on the DisCo Space, subscribe to our listserv: firstname.lastname@example.org
Check our our instagram! @discostanford
Library of Books and Games
DisCo Space Events
Interested in specific events happening at our space? Please look here for more information!
Check out our weekly updates, where we will share all news about the DisCo Space in addition to other disability-related events and resources.
DisCo Space Resources
For more resources concerning accessibility, accommodations, and bias incident reporting at Stanford, please refer to these services. Also, check out our library selection!
The Disability Identity
The disability identity encompasses a broad range of individuals and conditions. It is essential that we embrace and acknowledge these differences to accommodate and support the disability community at Stanford.
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563 Salvatierra Walk (turn left when you enter the first floor of the Student Services Building)
Stanford, CA 94305