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Acacia Kapusta Joins Access Center Team

Department: Access Center

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The WSU Access Center welcomes Acacia Kapusta to their team. In her new role, Kapusta will be serving as an Access Advisor helping students identify the accommodations that are right for them. Previously, Kapusta worked as a Residential Education Director for WSU Residence Life in Northside Hall. Her knowledge of WSU Housing and Residence Life will prove invaluable with regard to addressing access in housing. In addition, she is a strong student advocate and activist, and her strengths in awareness programming will be incredibly valuable as the center prepares for the second Disability Awareness Symposium. Congratulations Acacia!

The Access Center provides accommodations and services to incoming and current WSU students with disabilities, psychological or medical conditions, or temporary injuries that limit their access to the educational environment. Additionally, the center collaborates with the institution's diverse community to ensure that all aspects of campus life—learning, working, and living –are universally accessible. 

For more information about the Access Center, visit