DSS works to highlight and uplift the unique knowledge that students with disabilities
bring to the University of Wyoming.
Students at the University of Wyoming experience an inclusive and accessible educational
experience where their lived experience with disability is valued. Access is understood
as a collaborative commitment across campus partners, grounded in the experiences
and knowledge of students with disabilities. In this environment, students with disabilities
thrive, graduate and are empowered to break barriers throughout their lives.
To lead the University of Wyoming in valuing disability as diversity by centering
the voices of students with disabilities. We advise, advocate and empower students
with disabilities to reach their individualized goals and enact change across campus.
In support of our students, we collaborate with campus partners to develop supports,
resources and programming that ensures equitable access across campus.
Disability is a valued and essential part of diversity. Students with Disabilities
are capable, autonomous individuals who know what they need. Students are more than
just their disability and live intersectional lives. Disability is a unique, lived
and intersectional experience.
Managing a diagnosis? Interested in accommodations? (e.g. testing, housing, ESA, alternative
format, ASL, etc.) Meet with a coordinator by completing the information in the link
Student- Community Resources
Building Accessibility Guide
Laws & Complaint Processes