CSUEB Launches Program to Help Students with Disabilities Attain Degree, Career Goals
A new program to help students with disabilities succeed in a university
environment and reach their career goals will be launched in the fall 2005
quarter by California State University, East Bay, according to Mary Cheng,
director of the Student Disability Resource Center.
| Public Affairs Offices/Campus News
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