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Disability Community Space Resources

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For more resources concerning accessibility, accommodations, and bias incident reporting at Stanford, please refer to these services.

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It’s important to have the support you need to be successful in your courses and live comfortably on the Stanford campus. For help with accommodations for academics and housing, please refer to the Office of Accessible Education.

It is imperative that events, programming, and activities for students are accessible. The Diversity and Access Office helps ensure University-wide compliance with federal, state, and local regulations concerning non-discrimination and disability access.

To learn about the various initiatives and guides to help support disability justice and accessibility at Stanford, the Stanford Disability website is a wonderful resource.

To report bias incidents, please refer to the Protected Identity Harm Reporting process.

Want to check out what books and games we have in the space? Click here: Books and Games

Want to request new books for the space? Click here: Library Requests