D Center

University of Washington’s Disability and D/deaf Cultural Center

D Center Logo, Dark purple capital letter D and C on the left side. "Disability Center" is below the capital letter D and C. On the right side, there are two lines: the first line is "THE UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON", and the second line is "DISABILITY AND d/DEAF CULTURAL CENTER"

The D Center is UW’s Disability and d/Deaf Cultural center, located in the Husky Union Building – Room 327, a space where students can study, organize, rest and attend events and programs focusing on supporting and celebrating disability and D/deaf communities at the UW and beyond!

Throughout the year the D Center hosts events, programs and workshops focusing on supporting and celebrating UW disability and D/deaf communities. 

We Are Open!


Monday – Thursday

11am – 3pm


11:30 am – 1 pm

We are so thrilled to be able to welcome all to our space!


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In 2021/22 the DC will have the following focus:

  • Reconnect (virtually and in person!)

  • Foster and celebrate our communities resilience while acknowledging the ongoing loss, change and trauma of living with COVID-19

  • Celebrate Disability and D/deaf Pride at the UW!



The DC will be adhering to all rules and policies as set out by the HUB.

Please click on the ‘Visit the HUB’ weblink to familiarize yourself

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