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3D: Disability, Discourse, and Development


“3D: Disability, Discourse, and Development” is a space for students who identify as disabled to gather in community to build space and relationship with one another. Together, 3D will focus on the development of leadership, career/professional, and community organizing skills.

Participation in “3D” is open to any student who self identifies as being disabled, neurodivergent, chronically ill, or otherwise as someone who lives with a disability, visible or invisible. Students do not have to be registered with the Office of Disability Services in order to participate in "3D".

Educational opportunities for non-disabled allies are also being planned for the fall.

3D will meet twice monthly (Tuesdays at 6 p.m.), with a rotating schedule of in-person and virtual gatherings, with the option to participate virtually being available for every meeting.

Information collected on this form will only be viewed by the IEE staff working on this project. We require disability disclosure to ensure 3D is a safe, affirming environment for disabled students.

Your disability status will not be shared with anyone outside the group, including other IEE staff. If you have questions or concerns, please contact Casey Mesaeh at or Ryan McKeel at