Shiloh Dailey overcame challenges and built connections for advocacy in their path to a social work degree as a queer, disabled, non-traditional student parenting two young children through the pandemic.
Daily Archives: May 9, 2022
An estimated 8.5% of adults use some form of assistive technology. This course will help CSU’s faculty and staff make sure their material is accessible for everyone using many of the tools they already have.
“There is always something new to learn, but you have to be willing to try new things, so attend many events. In this way, you can also meet new people and make friends. In the face of challenges, remind yourself of what inspires you.”
“You are enough. Right here, and right now, with all your imperfections, your anxiety, your kindness and your strength. You have always been enough.”
Allegra Vazquez has the distinction of being a two-time outstanding graduate of the CSU Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition.
Tessa Maras, a hospitality management outstanding graduate, cooked up an incredible college career.