Council for Students with Disabilities

Description

Council for Students with Disabilities (CSD) is committed to improving the quality of life on Boston College’s campus for students with disabilities by removing both the physical and social barriers they may encounter. The CSD aims to educate students, faculty, and staff on the lived experience of students with disabilities and change the perception of disability. Furthermore, the CSD works to ensure that the voices, concerns, interests and needs of students with disabilities are heard throughout the Boston College community through discussion, support and advocacy.

Chair of the Council for Students with Disabilities

Sean Dunphy

dunphyse@bc.edu Carney 106

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Boston College CSD

@bc_csd

Hey everyone! My name is Sean Dunphy, from Fair Haven, NJ. I am a Sophomore in the Carroll School of Management studying Information Systems and Finance. I was involved in UGBC’s ULA program last year and loved the inclusivity and community that comes from being a part of UGBC. I was also involved in Freshman League and 4Boston which were also a formative part of my freshman experience.

I am so excited to be chair of CSD this year! Our council is going to focus on bringing more fun and informative events to raise awareness to both physical and mental disabilities on campus. Outside of UGBC you can probably find me living it up in Bapst, eating a Tuscan Chicken in Eagles Nest, at SoulCycle, or watching Jersey Shore. Please feel free to reach out if you have any questions, I am so excited for this year!