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All Abilities Awareness

Every year, The Accessibility Services Office and the McQuade Library partner to celebrate All Abilities Awareness in October. Each year looks different, but every event celebrates the diverse abilities that make Merrimack College a vibrant community.

Introduction

Every year, The Accessibility Services Office and the McQuade Library partner to celebrate All Abilities Awareness in October. Each year looks different, but every event celebrates the diverse abilities that make Merrimack College a vibrant community.

All Abilities Art Gallery

All Abilities Art Gallery

This is our All Abilities Art Gallery display, found on the first floor of the McQuade Library.

part of the All Abilities Art Gallery
Black and white image of Black Lives Matter protest in Georgia

This image was captured by MEd student Leighanne Garlick.

"These photos were taken at a BLM Demonstration that I attended in Roswell GA. The message in these photos speak for themselves."

a poem

Makenzie Sabourin, a Junior in Communications and Media & English, wrote my swarm.

a drawing of George Floyd


Eliot Mangeolle, a Junior in Cellular Biology, drew George Floyd.

colorful artwork by Lillian See

Junior Biology Major L. See created Goldfish, "I have ADHD, so I created what it feels like goes on up there."

Makenzie Sabourin, a Junior in Communications and Media & English, wrote myself.

a zebra in a shirt and tie at a laptop

Eliot Mangeolle, a Junior in Cellular Biology, drew Zebra at Work.

a poem about ADHD

Makenzie Sabourin, a Junior in Communications and Media & English, wrote adhd.

a drawing of Michael Jackson

Eliot Mangeolle, a Junior in Cellular Biology, drew Michael Jackson.

Contacts on Campus

Accessibility Services Office

The Office of Accessibility Services works closely with students with documented disabilities who may require reasonable accommodations with regard to academics, housing and medical-related parking.

location: McQuade 333
phone: 978-837-5722
email: accessibilityservices@merrimack.edu 


 


McQuade Library

McQuade Library fosters the intellectual growth of the Merrimack community and serves as a valuable center of information resources and customized instruction.

phone: 978-837-5215 

email: mcquade@merrimack.edu