Keeping in Touch

Congratulations, new alumni!

We encourage you to stay connected with your alma mater and especially with the students and staff at DRES. We are always pleased to hear about your life events and accomplishments. There are a number of opportunities for you to stay involved, including:

  • Speaking to current DRES students;
  • Serving as a mentor;
  • Completing surveys;
  • Serving as a contact person if a student has a particular disability-related or career question; or
  • Providing an internship placement site.

Please let us know if you are interested in participating in any of these opportunities. In addition, please keep us informed of your contact information so that we know how to reach you.

DRES is part of an academic college, Applied Health Sciences (AHS), which has a strong commitment to promoting the optimal participation of people with disabilities through its teaching, research, and outreach. As DRES alumni, you will receive the college newsletter, "AHS News" (AHS E-News online) and invitations to participate in AHS activities. You can also read about various new developments at DRES.

Please include DRES on your next campus visit. You are always welcome!