Resources

Accessibull Events

October is Disability Awareness Month.  Be sure to stop by each of our Accessibull events!

OCTOBER 1 - 31
READ-ABILITY
Regular Hours • USF Bookstore
Stop by the Bookstore to peruse a display of books available for purchase either written by authors with a disability or about the disability experience.

OCTOBER 4
NATIONAL DEPRESSION SCREENING DAY
9:00am – 2:00 pm • Bull Market on the MSC Lawn
Join Students with Disabilities Services and the Counseling Center to learn more about free, anonymous screenings for depression, generalized anxiety disorder, bipolar disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder, as well as referral to treatment resources.

OCTOBER 20
DONUTS WITH THE DIRECTOR
10:00am – 11:00am • SVC 1036 Admissions Preview Room
Enjoy donuts and meet Deb McCarthy, Director of the Students with Disabilities Services office, along with other staff members to learn more about the office's mission and vision as well as our many services.

OCTOBER 20
GOAL BALL
4:00 pm – 7:00pm • Campus Recreation
This Paralympic sport is growing ever y year for athletes who are blind or visually impaired and has been the fastest growing intramural Sport. Everyone is invited to compete in this unique and fun sport.

OCTOBER 24
VSA PERFORMANCE: JAMES DURBIN
7:00 pm • USF School of Music Concert Hall
Join us for this exciting performance from this singer, songwriter and guitarist, who gained fame following the 2011 season of American Idol and now the lead vocalist for 80's heavy metal rock band Quiet Riot.

Free tickets required for admission. See: vsafl.org for ticket information.
Please notify the USF College of The Arts Box Office at 813-974-2323 if a reasonable accommodation of a disability is needed.

OCTOBER 26
INTERSECTIONALITY AND ACCESS: STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES AND THE LGBTQ+ POPULATION
5:30 pm – 7:30pm • TECO Hall in the David C. Anchin Center in the College of Education Building
A panel of USF students detail the higher education experiences of students with various disabilities, students in the LGBTQ+ community, and of students with an intersectionality of these identities.