Disabled Students and Allies Club
We are excited to tell you about the Disabled Students and Allies Club (DSAAC), a registered student organization (RSO) at WSU that fosters community and inclusion for students with and without disabilities. We invite you to join!
This organization hosts regular meetings and social events that help build a sense of community for students with disabilities on campus. DSAAC also provides opportunities for members to develop their communication, organizational, and leadership skills. This year our meetings and events will be held virtually for the safety of our members. All students across the WSU system are encouraged to join.
Students can join DSAAC by emailing our staff advisor, Davi Kallman, at email@example.com. We are still interested in having students from Spokane, Everett, and Bremerton fill the DSAAC Spokane, Everett, and Bremerton Liaison roles. If you are interested, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about current club events and other information, please visit the DSAAC web page on WSU Presence.
WSU System Liaisons
While DSAAC headquarters are in Pullman, WA, we pride ourselves on being inclusive of students and allies with and without disabilities across the WSU system. To maximize our efforts, we have added six additional officer positions to DSAAC which include: Vancouver Liaison, Spokane Liaison, Bremerton Liaison, Tri-Cities Liaison, Everett Liaison, and Global Campus Liaison. These positions will be empty until filled. Liaisons will be responsible for being DSAAC leaders at their respective campus and will be active in member recruitment and the distribution of DSAAC news to students at their campus. Position is a year-long commitment.
DSAAC Officers 2020 - 2021
Global Campus Liaison
Mentorship Program Chair