Kent State University

UPDATED: May 27, 2021

The disHUBility provides students who have disabilities (or we like to say "differences") a space to relax, find camaraderie, obtain resources, and more. 

In addition to providing a relaxed space, the hub is a central location for students to obtain more information and direction about available wellness resources. The disHUBility was created by the student organization, Autism Connections Kent (ACK), via a mini-grant awarded by the Kent State Seeds of Wellness Program which provides investment for programs that reflect health and wellness across the university system.

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Center for Performing Arts, Speech & Hearing Clinic, room A145
800 E. Summit St.
Kent, OH 44242
United States





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