Disabilities Committee

The aims and objectives of the Disabilities Department include:

(a)  to initiate and coordinate disabilities campaigns, particularly with regard to access   and equity for disabled students;
(b)  to actively increase visibility, awareness, and acceptance of Students with Disabilities on campus;
(c)  to oversee the activities, policy, and direction of UMSU in areas related to promoting the advancement of Students with Disabilities;
(d)  to provide social and community building opportunities for Students with Disabilities;
(e)  to provide advocacy for all Students with Disabilities;
(f)   to provide information about and/or referrals to disability support services and other relevant resources or organisations;
(g)  to liaise with existing student services on campus around issues affecting Students with Disabilities; and
(h)  to increase awareness around the variety of experiences of disability that can affect students throughout their studies, including intersections between disability and gender, class, race, sexuality, and all forms of marginalisation.

Current Membership

The voting Representatives of the Disabilities Committee are elected by enrolled Students who are Students with Disabilities. The Committee consists of the Disabilities Officers as non-voting members and 7 voting members. The current members and the tickets they were elected on (if any) are:

Disabilities Officers

Lindsay Tupper-Creed & Brigit Doyle (Community for UMSU)

Voting Members
Mittraphab (Poom) Sangruang Community for UMSU
Matthew Harper-Gomm  Stand Up!
Surabhi Mishra Community for UMSU
VACANT Stand Up!
Sarina Narula Community for UMSU
Rachel Kirby Community for UMSU
Naomi Grace Smith Stand Up!

2021 Minutes

Meeting 1 08/12/2020  Zoom

Agenda 1(21)
Minutes 1(21)

Meeting 2 -06/01/2021

Minutes 2(21)

Meeting 3- 16/02/2021

Minutes 3(21)

Meeting 4- 1/04/2021

Minutes 4(21)


2020 Minutes

Meeting 1 – 04/12/2019 Unconfirmed
Agenda 1(20)
Minutes 2(20)

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2014 Minutes

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