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Diversability

Do you enjoy disability activism and free pizza? How about de-stressing with therapy dogs and farm animals? What about coordinating a Disability Speaker Series? If yes, then Diversability is right for you!

Diversability is an organization that collaborates with Student Accessibility Services at Clark to improve disability awareness, advocate for accessibility, and build a shared community where students can discuss different abilities and lived experiences with a disability.

We hold frequent dialogues and events, as well as weekly meetings. Whether you have a disability or not, all Clark students are welcome. Join us!

Weekly Meetings

For the Spring 2017 semester, Diversability is holding weekly meetings on Wednesdays from 4-5 p.m. in the Prouty room (room 402) on the fourth floor of the goddard library. We hope to see you there!

To learn more about us and see information about events, visit Diversability on:

Pictures from past events

Below left: Neil Hilborn performing his spoken word poetry at Clark and spreading disability awareness.
Below right: Therapy dog night

Neil Hilborn performing his spoken word poetry at Clark and spreading disability awareness. Therapy dog night with a group of smiling students petting a large dog.