Disability Information Student Handbook

Disability Information Student Handbook

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Section Five:  Campus and Community Life

Student Clubs And Disabled Students Unlimited (DSU)

Student activities, government and club functions are rewarding opportunities for involvement and enrichment. A wide variety of clubs offer opportunities for students to come together to pursue common interests. Check with Student Activities at http://www.deanza.edu/clubs/

The Disabled Students Unlimited (DSU) club is an active student advocacy and activity club. It meets bi-weekly and sponsors the following types of activities:
  • Scholarships
  • Emergency book grants
  • Cap and gown grants
It also underwrites numerous social activities and events enjoyed by the entire Disability Support Programs and Services Division, such as:
  • Spring Celebration for students receiving degrees and transfers
  • Holiday Party
  • Summer ice cream party
  • Spring APE bar-b-que
Social events are planned on a quarterly basis. These have included activities such as kayaking, restaurant evenings, ball games, theater visits, museum days. Each spring the group plans a major overnight trip for its members. Past trips have included camping at state parks, a train ride to historical Sacramento, an overnight excursion to Santa Rosa and a visit to the Wild Animal Park.

Funds for these activities are raised by club members who participate in De Anza’s flea market.


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Last Updated: 10/13/10