UC Uptown, Blue Ash and Clermont campuses will be closing at 1:00 p.m. on December 6, 2013 due to predicted snowfall. (Please note that Hoxworth Blood Center and the College of Medicine are always operational.)
Students should be prepared for the fact that disability may be culturally defined. Attitudes toward disability and levels of accessibility can vary greatly from country to country. Students are encouraged to contact Mobility International for additional assistance in finding programs and overseas support services.
The links below provide country-specific information on disability-related attitudes and legislation, as well as details on accessibility at selected study abroad sites. This represents a sampling of the available programs. Students are encouraged to investigate/discuss other possibilities with their study abroad adviser. Neither UC International Programs nor Disability Services endorse or verify the accuracy of the information provided concerning site accessibility.
National Clearinghouse on Disability & Exchange (NCDE) is a comprehensive one-stop resource on advising and tools for people with disabilities, professionals, educational institutions and organization on increasing disability inclusion in international study, volunteer, teach, and other exchange programs.
Study Abroad Now Available to Students with Disabilities On a faculty-led study abroad program twelve Wright State University students traveled to Switzerland this summer as part of the University Center for International Education’s (UCIE) first ambassador program specifically designed for both able-bodied and physically challenged students.
Disability Services is strongly committed to maintaining an environment that guarantees students with disabilities full access to educational programs, activities, and facilities.