“Pursuing a Dream and Beating the Odds”“Persistence and Inspiration

“Pursuing a Dream and Beating the Odds”

Jordyn was an intern at Goldman Sachs in NYC, thanks to MSU's Women in Engineering Program. Watch Jordyn become “Wall Street Ready” as she transforms an RCPD scholarship into career opportunities.

“Persistence and Inspiration"

Dr. Daehee Lee (2014 Outstanding Alumnus), shares insights on selecting MSU, moving to America, earning dual advanced degrees, and leading in his career.

Michael Hudson

Welcome to Michigan State University and the RCPD, where inclusive world-class education advances knowledge and transforms lives. The Director's perspective on ability...

I know what a difference it makes when there is someone who understands what you're going through and provides a helping hand.
Aaron, Samaritan Scholar

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Together we create a welcoming environment, fortify capacity, and compassionately challenge people to redefine disability. We grow ambition into personal and professional success by fostering self-advocacy, connected knowledge, innovative technology, and community partnerships.

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    Cam and Liz met while living on the same floor in Bailey Hall in 2012. Their chance meeting led to a shared journey with a common goal – promoting resiliency despite disability challenges.

  • Adaptive Sports Day 2019

    Always wanted to learn a new sport but with a little more challenge? Adaptive Sports Day gives everyone the ability to learn new things while also participating in a wheelchair.

  • 19th Annual Tower Guard Shamrock 5K

    The 19th annual Tower Guard Shamrock 5k on Friday, March 15 was an overall success.

  • Alex's Great State Race Moving Forward

    Five years have passed since the first Alex’s Great State Race, and the event is still running strong. It all started with a student diagnosed with cancer and turned into a bond between two rival colleges coming together in his memory to make a profound difference for students with disabilities.