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Wheels on Campus
A Guide to Wheelchair-Friendly Higher Education. Researched and produced by New Mobility editors and writers.
We surveyed hundreds of colleges and interviewed more than 80 wheelchair-using students and disability service leaders to identify 20 colleges that create wheelchair-friendly campuses and cultures.
- Hear how current students at our Top 20 describe access, accommodations, housing, extracurricular activities, study abroad opportunities, and much more.
- Learn how five unique graduates carved out their own paths to success in a wide variety of careers.
- Tap into key college resources, including disability-specific scholarships and more.
ODS in the news
Oct 21, 2015
Tom Harkin, a retired U.S. senator and author of the Americans with Disabilities Act, will give a Presidential Lecture Nov. 3 at 7 p.m. in the Wright State Nutter Center Arena.
Oct 19, 2015
Wright State is a national leader in everything the Americans with Disabilities Act stands for.
Sep 30, 2015
The Breaking Silences, Demanding Crip Justice: Sex, Sexuality and Disability conference will take place at Wright State Nov. 4 to 6.
Sep 23, 2015
The Presidential Debate will be held Sept. 26, 2016, at the Wright State University Nutter Center.
Sep 1, 2015
Wright State's 2015-16 Presidential Lecture Series will focus on the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.
Aug 31, 2015
Wright State Way bridge will provide a safe and convenient route between Wright State and the Mall at Fairfield Commons and the surrounding area.
Aug 28, 2015
Students at the Dayton Regional STEM School are working with state Sen. Peggy Lehner to pass legislation requiring public family restrooms with adult changing stations.
Aug 25, 2015
Fairborn, Beavercreek, Wright State and Clark State Community College will celebrate the opening of the Wright State Way bridge with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Aug. 28.
Aug 24, 2015
Students, faculty and staff at Wright State's Dayton Campus will soon be able to call university police at the touch of a button.