De Anza Students Unlimited Club (DSU)
The Disabled Students Unlimited Club has been an active student club since 1981.
The club sponsors avocational activities for students with disabilities and those interested in disability issues at De Anza college, and provides opportunities for civic engagement and development of leadership skills. It is open to all De Anza students.
Civic Engagement and Leadership Development
The club advocates for equity for those of all ages and special needs in the programs and services at De Anza College.
As a result of these involvements and contributions, the DSU enjoys a high profile and reputable standing in the campus community. One of the club's faculty advisers, Tom Beggs, commented, "The club's presence in the De Anza community and throughout the state has been a force for positive change for people with disabilities."
Throughout the club's history, it has organized and sponsored numerous social and recreational events every quarter, each year, both on and off campus, for students with disabilities and their supporters and fellow students interested in disability issues.
Examples of avocational activities sponsored by the club include the following day trips:
There are occasional weekend overnight trips. The most recent included taking the San Francisco Bay ferry from Pier 39 to Marine world.
Get Involved with the DSU
Students with disabilities and other students interested in disability issues are encouraged to participate in the club. Club membership is open to all De Anza College students.
DISABILITY SUPPORT PROGRAMS & SERVICES Division
Building: Advance Technology Center (ATC), Suite 209
Contact: Marilyn Booye