More information coming soon.
The SDC is working on developing a list of fragrance free/scent free products. Have any product recommendations for fragrance free lotion, laundry detergent, deodorant or any other personal care or cleaning products? LET US KNOW!
Personal Care + Beauty Products
Unscented deodorant available
Natural cosmetics and beauty products that are all scent free
Want to get involved with disability justice and advocacy here at UW? Come check out our Disability Advocacy Collective meetings, an informal union of disability groups here at UW. The Disability Advocacy Collective is composed of the Student Disability Commission, Disability Advocacy Student Alliance and the D Center and seeks to organize and build community both on campus and in the greater Seattle community.
Meetings are Thursdays 5:30-6:30 in the Q Center (located on the 3rd floor of the Husky Union Building).
- Creating Accessible Events: A Checklist for Programmers, Organizers, Advertisers, Speakers and Event Attendees
- Fragrance Free Accessibility Project
- Autistic Self Advocacy Network-WA
- Alliance of People with disAbilities
- National Alliance on Mental Illness – Greater Seattle
- Seattle Deaf-Blind Service Center
- Seattle Health Education Services and Support Groups
Access Technology Center
Disability Resources for Students
Disability Services Office
DO-IT: Disabilities, Opportunities, Internetworking and Technology
University of Washington ADA Access Guide
D Center at the University of Washington
Disability Law Alliance
American Indian Student Commission
Asian Student Commission
Black Student Commission
La Raza Student Commission
Pacific Islander Student Commission
Queer Student Commission
Womens Action Commission
Sexual Assault and Relationship Violence Activists
The Student Disability Commission (previously known as the Disabled Student Commission) was established in 1974 by a student group called the UW Disability Student Association. For twenty years, the commission advocated for disability issues on campus until it disbanded itself in 1994 due to lack of student involvement and feelings of alienation from the greater campus community. The Commission was brought back to the ASUW (Associated Students of University Washington) in 2004, and is now called the Student Disability Commission.