Mastering Accessible Possibilities for Students (MAPS)
MAPS is a student volunteer organization at WKU that aims to change the way people think of “disability.”
Our mission consist of helping students with disabilities; promoting the Student Accessibility Resource Center (SARC); educating the campus and community about the wide array of disabilities; and overall raising community-wide awareness of disability norms and issues to initiate the necessary conversations about acceptance, diversity, and equality.
Overall, MAPS allows the community to learn about individuals with disabilities so that they can focus on abilities and challenge any misconceptions. We can then collaborate to build a culturally sensitive and inclusive society.
We're Looking to Grow Our Following
We need people that are interested in: advocating for others, expressing a collective voice, embracing diversity, educating others, reaching out to the student body, presenting creative ideas, promoting public relations, being part of the WKU community, analyzing the world around you, and/or just having some fun. Come to Our Monthly Meetings!
Growing our following, student members, and collaborative partners brings us closer to our overall goal—spreading awareness.
Tell Your Friends About Us! Tell Your Organization!
Join our mailing list for dates & reminders about meetings by emailing "maps email" to email@example.com. Feel free to contact us with any questions!
Accessibility Issue? If there is an accessibility concern of any kind, please contact the SARC, as well
as the corresponding department.
If a push button for a door or an elevator is not working, or other physical obstructions occur, contact the Department of Facilities Management at 270-745-3253.
For assistance after hours with physical access, contact the WKU Police Department at 270-745-2548.
If there are concerns with technology accessibility, contact IT at 270-745-7000 and/or the SARC.
For information about accessibility services in the libraries, please click here.
Request an alternative format of any content on this site by contacting the SARC at 270-745-5004, or via email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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