SDRC: Student Disability Resource Center
Who we are. What we do.
The Student Disability Resource Center (SDRC), which opened Fall 2014, is the centralized resource center for support for students with disabilities across the 7C campus communities. The SDRC works closely with the Disability Coordinators on all the campuses to ensure that students receive academic support services and accommodations to empower them to achieve their academic goals, while ensuring equitable treatment and access to all programs and activities across all campuses.
Services we provide
2017 Alex Schey Summer Internship Fund for Disabled Students
This is a message from Peter A. Schey, President, Center for Human Rights and Constitutional Law, describing an opportunity for a disabled student.
Please email email@example.com to request more information and an application.
I‘m funding a disabled student to work full-time for a non-profit of their choice in the summer of 2017.
For disabled high school, college, university and law school students, families, groups, advisers, etc. who may be interested in funding to work for 10 weeks this summer with a non-profit group of their choice anywhere in the country.
This is an annual summer internship I fund in memory of my daughter, Alexis Schey. We look forward to funding a dynamic and creative disabled person this summer in a project that will be meaningful to the student and hopefully help others challenged with disabilities. Past students have worked on awesome projects that impacted people’s lives during and long after the summer internship.
- Peter A. Schey
- Center for Human Rights and Constitutional Law
- Richard Allegra
- Associate Director of Education and Outreach
- National Center for College Students with Disabilities
Staff of the Student Disability Resource Center (SDRC)
Hours of service
|Monday–Friday||8 a.m. – 5 p.m.|
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