Welcome to the Graduate Student Disability Alliance (GSDA), an affinity group for graduate and professional students who are situated within the broad Disability umbrella. This group includes, but is not limited to, Disabled students, neurodivergent students, Deaf/ hard-of-hearing students, blind students, students with chronic illnesses, students with mental health conditions, and other students who receive or would like to receive accommodations. The primary function of the Graduate Student Disability Alliance is to create a sense of community among graduate students with disabilities, advocate for members of our community, foster a sense of belonging on campus, and support our members while they navigate graduate school and beyond.
Read our Graduate Student Disability Resource guide here.
News and Current Events
Read the latest news and current events from the GSDA.
September 14, 2020 update: Read our petition to reform University leave of absence policies here.
June 10, 2020 update: Read our statement on our support for the Movement for Black Lives here.
May 30, 2020 update: Read our statement on the Phase 1 reopening of labs for nonessential research here.