UC Berkeley’s Disability Cultural Community Center seeks to create and provide a safe and social space for the Cal disability community to build authentic connections and support one another. The space is designed by, for, and with the disability community to serve as a platform to advocate, educate, and collaborate among students, faculty, and staff living with a disability to advance and empower both the community on campus and beyond so persons with disabilities can fully learn, work, and live with dignity.
Whether you are new to the disability community, have had a long relationship with your disability identity, or is an ally who is interested in learning about the disability experience, we invite you to join us.
Thank you for being in community with us!
To learn more about the three DCC community and core values and meet our team, visit “Who we are DCC.” You can also stay connected with the DCC and our future events by visiting the “Getting Involved: Programs, Services and Opportunities” page. If you are interested in additional resources both on and off the UC Berkeley campus, you can explore further by visiting the “How can I learn more about disability culture and community?” section.
Disability Cultural Community (DCC) Center
The DCC will call Hearst Field Annex D home.