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Accessible Event Planning
The University of Pittsburgh is committed to providing equal access to programs and services to all members of our learning community. When planning university events, accessibility benefits the experience for all participants by creating a more diverse group.
Assistive Technology refers to any item or equipment to improve the access and capabilities of individuals with disabilities.
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Peer Mentor Program
The DRS Peer Mentor Program is designed to match newly registered students with disabilities with upper class students with disabilities.
Information for Instructors
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The DRS Student Newsletter is distributed to students throughout the year to provide students with resources and information about upcoming events. Review the archive of DRS Student Newsletters.
Student Resources for Remote Learning
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