Did you know Carleton is one of the most accessible Universities in Canada? Each year CDAC works to change attitudes toward disability by challenging misconceptions through a variety of events and programming. CDAC has something for everyone and is equipped to accommodate a variety of needs for individuals with both visible and non-visible disabilities.
CDAC’s programs include speaker events and workshops regarding issues surrounding visible and non-visible disabilities, including mental health, sexuality, accessibility, and more. The centre also runs programs to support disabled students on campus, such as wheelchair rentals and campaigns to improve accessibility and disability awareness on campus.
Join us on CUSA Hub
CDAC is now on CUSA Hub! Join the CDAC group on CUSA Hub to stay up to date on events and programs, ask questions, start discussions, and much more.
Volunteer with us! CDAC is always accepting volunteers to help us run events, distribute resources, and provide peer support. Want to get involved? Fill out the volunteer application to get started.
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CUSA Accessibility Initiative Bursary
The CUSA Accessibility Initiative Bursary is a bursary that was started with Carleton University Students’ Association and the Carleton Disability Awareness Centre aimed at breaking down financial barriers for students with disabilities who require accessible housing. Your information in this application is kept confidential, and will only be released to the selection committee for review. Click here to fill out the application.