MSU Maccess is a community, peer support, and advocacy outlet for students with disabilities and disabled students. With a wide area of focus, Maccess advocates across the spectrum of accessibility related issues, including learning, physical, mental and cognitive. Maccess can also help other services and university offices better plan events to create less barriers for McMaster students with a range of visible and invisible disabilities.
Maccess aims to build and maintain a campus that celebrates, advocates, and ensures inclusiveness in the area of disability. We provide programming and events in an effort to establish a sense of community for those that self-identify as having disabilities or as disabled. In addition, Maccess strives to advocate on the behalf of students in a proactive and affirmative fashion and provide educational programming on and opportunities to learn about critical disability studies.
- 6 months ago RT @EIOMcMaster: Happening Feb 5th, 12pm - 2pm! Disability Discussions, Thinking About Graduate Studies? A drop-in session for students wit…
- 6 months ago RT @EIOMcMaster: Be sure to check out all the Black History Month events happening at @McMasterU. this February! Follow @BHMatMac for up…
- 6 months ago RT @MSU_McMaster: We have opened up volunteer applications for @MSU_Maccess again for the Winter semester. Volunteers are such an importan…
Ongoing MSU Surveys
Ernest Daetwyler: The Boat Project/everythingwillbefine
June 02, 2018 at 12:00PM until June 02, 2020 at 05:00PM
McMaster Museum of Art
May 10, 2019 at 10:00AM until August 16, 2019 at 04:00PM
Workers Arts and Heritage Centre, 51 Stuart Street, Hamilton
August 3rd, 2019 Blended Learning First Aid Courses
August 03, 2019 from 09:00AM until 05:00PM