‘Have community in your home’: ASUC works to revive Disabled Students’ Residence Program

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Tommy Chung, Berkeley Student Cooperative president, describes cooperatives as an “ideal place” for disabled students to live, noting all BSC buildings comply with Americans with Disabilities Act access guidelines.

At one time, there were dozens of wheelchair users on campus, said campus senior Alena Morales. By the time she got into UC Berkeley in 2016, she said she was the only wheelchair user admitted into undergraduate studies that year.
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UC Berkeley student housing stories: Senior year

hree years ago, members of The Daily Californian interviewed five campus freshmen about their housing situations and checked in with them every year following. This year, the Daily Cal re-interviewed the five students, now campus seniors on the brink of graduation, for the last time in this series to find out what they have learned over the past four years.
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