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UCLA Center for Accessible Education

Visit Us! All students, staff, and faculty are encouraged to joins us during our virtual drop-in hours! The goal will be to answer questions about accommodations in the remote learning environment, accessibility of courses, and any non-confidential questions you would like addressed.

Join us every Friday from 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm.

Friday 4/2, 4/9, 4/16, 4/23, 4/30, 5/7, 5/14, 5/21, 5/28, 6/4, 6/11, 6/18

Please contact Dr. Norma Kehdi at if you need any accommodations for this meeting.

The zoom info is:

Meeting ID: 949 6391 1430


Save the Date

Our new Director, Dr. Norma Kehdi, will begin holding Listening Sessions throughout Spring quarter to learn about your experience as a student with a disability at UCLA. Please contact Dr. Norma Kehdi at if you need any accommodations for this meeting. Please hold a time that works for you to attend:

Graduate student listening sessions:
3/31/21: 4-5pm
4/29/21: 12-1pm
5/25/21: 11-12am

Undergraduate student listening sessions:
3/31/21: 12-1pm
4/29/21: 4-5pm
5/25/21: 3-4pm

Law school student listening session:
4/16/21: 12-1pm

School of nursing student listening session:
5/6/21: 12-1pm
5/12/21: 12-1pm

DGSOM student listening session:
5/17/21: 4:00pm

CAE Advisory Board

The Center for Accessible Education (CAE) is now soliciting between 3-4 applications for its student vacant positions to its CAE Advisory Board. The CAE Advisory Board incorporates a variety of voices in the administration of CAE services and general campus access issues. The CAE Advisory Board provides a way for CAE to receive direct input from the UCLA community in order to:

1. Understand questions and concerns from faculty about providing accommodations;
2. Engage students, faculty, and instructors in improving the accommodation process at UCLA;
3. Help CAE better meet the needs of UCLA students with disabilities;
4. Provide a space for advocacy and leadership skill development for UCLA students with interests in disabilities;
5. Identify challenging accessibility issues and strategize with the Board to expand positive impact across campus to enhance the campus climate for the disability community at UCLA.

Please select the blue button titled "submit an application". Applications are to be submitted by Sunday, May 1 2021.

Will Rogers Memorial Scholarship Award:
Students who are registered with the CAE or non-registered students with a disability may be eligible for a Will Rogers Memorial Scholarship Award of $500.00 award for the academic term. The award would be divided into $250.00 awards at the end of the Fall Quarter and Spring Quarter.

Financial Aid Recipients:
Please note, for financial aid recipients, the $500 will be considered a resource during the year in which it is awarded and will reduce any financial aid awards the student may currently be awarded.

The CAE is a Voter Registration Agency

You can register to vote online. Please complete the Voter Preference Form to provide information about your registration status. For more information, visit BruinsVote.