• It’s hot. Disability Studies is the largest, most popular minor at UD.
  • It’s relevant. Students learn about issues of importance to 1 billion of the world’s population.
  • It’s real. Students get to explore their interests in disability through a variety of academic and practical experiences.
  • It’s eye-opening. Students gain insights into disability experiences from multiple perspectives, including those of people with disabilities.
  • It’s (you knew this was coming) educational. Students discover how disability policies, services, and systems affect the lives of people with disabilities.
  • It’s about the future. Students prepare for graduate professional programs that focus on working with people who have disabilities.
  • It’s not (just) what one knows; it’s who one knows. Students connect to a national network of disability experts.
  • It’s organic. Students become part of a program that embraces disability as a natural part of the human experience.
  • It’s the right thing to do. Students learn about supporting the full participation of people with disabilities in all aspects of community life.
  • It makes students players. They connect their passion for learning about disability with practices that make a difference.