- Disability Services would like to recognize individuals with the university who have gone above and beyond to support students and our office. If you know of a faculty or staff member, department, or hourly employee in the Disability Services office who you think deserves an award for their outstanding service this year, let us know: 2023 Disability Services Outstanding Faculty & Staff Nomination Form.
Award winners will be invited to our year-end WildCATT Collaboration Awards Ceremony in April to receive a certificate of recognition and a prize. Nominations will be accepted through March 8. Share this with your students and encourage them to nominate someone.
- Faculty Reminders: Roles and Responsibilities for Students with Disabilities.
- For campus updates on COVID-19, please refer to WSU’s COVID-19 website.
- Weber State parking passes are required to park on campus, including disabled parking stalls. If you have a disability parking permit, contact Parking Services for information on getting a disabled parking permit.
Disability Services provides services and accommodations to qualified students with disabilities attending or planning to attend Weber State University.
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As the 2020–2021 academic year begins at Weber State University, twin brothers, both legally blind, will continue to inspire others as they live in pursuit of the mantra, “Go big or go home.”
Art is an expressive outlet for many, and it is no different for Kelie Hess, who visited Weber State University to present a speech titled “Living Beyond Your Limits” on Oct. 12. Hess is an abstract artist who primarily works with acrylic paints and recently had her artwork showcased at the Weber State Ogden campus.
Maria Rios Cabrera, a senior with a double major in mechanical engineering and economics and a minor in math, has a passion for helping students with learning disabilities.