Schedule Final Exams by Friday, April 19
Students registered to take final exams with CDAR should schedule their exam dates and times no later than Friday, April 19 at 11:59 pm.
Agricultural Sciences Elevator Upgrade
Installation of a new elevator in the Agricultural Sciences building will begin on May 13th, 2019. Construction is expected to last through the Fall 2019 semester. All rooms on the second and third floors will be inaccessible to individuals requiring an elevator. This includes classrooms AgSci 204, 323, and 339. Anyone enrolled in classes scheduled in those rooms that requires an elevator is asked to contact CDAR as soon as possible to complete a classroom accessibility form. You can contact CDAR at 208-885-6307 or email@example.com
2nd Annual WSU Disability Awareness Symposium
The WSU 2nd Annual Disability Awareness Symposium will be held on Monday, April 8th, 2019. The event will open with breakfast at 9:00 am in Butch's Den.
This year's keynote speaker is Owen Kent. Owen Kent, lead actor, producer, and writer of the film, Angels of Mercy, was diagnosed with a potentially fatal congenital disease just shy of his second birthday. The prognosis stated he would die by his second birthday; this,however, was not in the cards. Owen graduated high school at the age of 16 and moved to California. He trained in the acting method known as the Meisner Technique and used his skills and talents to produce films that matter. He primarily focuses on projects with social justice and educational goals, such as One Planet Education Network, The World Trust and The Economic Inequality Media Project with Robert Reich. Close to his heart are issues of disability justice, animal rights, environmental protection, cyber-rights and the protection of freedoms.
Need more funds? Check out resources at Student Financial Aid Services. There might be scholarship opportunities available, like this one: The George T. Warren Scholarship is awarded to help students with sensory and/or certain physical disabilities obtain a college education at the University Idaho. The award is $3,000 annually for undergraduates and graduate students. The reward is renewable up to five years. Learn more on our George T. Warren Scholarship.