The DRC’s new physical office in U001 (moved from B132) is closed and staff are working remotely until further notice.

Students:

  • If you are experiencing difficulties with courses due to being diagnosed with COVID or are experiencing mental health concerns because of the pandemic or racial inequities coming to light, the DRC can support you!  Please fill out our MyDRC Initial Access Form and we’ll be in touch to schedule a meeting to discuss accommodation options.
  • Additionally, we have set up a Remote Learning page to help with this quarter and understanding remote accommodations and tips for remote learning.  However, if you encounter new disability-related barriers doing remote learning, please contact us so we can discuss new accommodations!
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Katelynn Creeley

Deaf Services Specialist

Biography:

Katelynn Creeley has a Bachelor’s degree in American Sign Language Interpreting from Western Oregon University and a minor in Deaf Studies.  She enjoys spending her free time volunteering in the Deaf and Deafblind communities, as well as attending events and workshops advancing her education.  When Katelynn isn’t busy with her “hands up’ she enjoys reading, being a barista, cooking, hiking, and spending time with family and friends.  Katelynn has also served as the Interim Assistant Director for the DRC.

 

Katelynn is the staff member on the DRC Skype for ASL users account.  Contact us through our account name: DRCatBC