A student checks in with staff at the Student Accessibility Center, framed through the office doors. Photo by Austin Hojdar | The Loyola Phoenix
A student checks in with staff at the Student Accessibility Center, framed through the office doors. Photo by Austin Hojdar | The Loyola Phoenix

Delta Alpha Pi Honor Society Induction Ceremony Celebrates Students with Disabilities

Loyola’s students accessibility Center hosted their inaugural to the Delta Alpha Pi International Honor Society.


Loyola’s Student Accessibility Center hosted their inaugural initiation to the Delta Alpha Pi International Honor Society, Iota Lambda Chapter April 12 to recognize the academic achievements of 66 undergraduate and graduate students with disabilities. 

The event also honored 98 professors who were nominated by student inductees of Delta Alpha Pi with the Gratias Award. The award was given to Loyola staff who made a profound impact on students as a thank you for their work and commitment to accessibility. 

To be eligible for Delta Alpha Pi, students must present with a documented disability and work with staff members at the SAC or self-identify as an individual with a disability, according to Accessibility Specialist and Delta Alpha Pi Staff Advisor Brooke McArdle. Students must also demonstrate an interest in disability issues, according to McArdle. Read more…


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