CADRE (Community Advocates for Disability Rights and Education) is a UCSD association for staff, students, and faculty.
Community Advocates for Disability Rights and Education (CADRE) is a UCSD association that promotes full inclusion and equal opportunity for people with disabilities.
Membership in CADRE is open to anyone in the UCSD community who has an interest in disability issues and concerns.
CADRE holds annual meetings.
For those who are deaf, hard of hearing or may need special assistance with telephone communications, please use the California Relay Service by calling 711.
For more information, see Celebration of Abilities Month or Health and Wellness Monthly Lecture Series.
To join, email a request to one of the executive board members with your name to be added to the membership list for the purpose of receiving information about CADRE activities and programs.
CADRE will confirm your belief that together we can create opportunities for talented UCSD community members with disabilities to contribute to the goals of the university.
Founder of CADRE
Staff Associations at UCSD
Celebration of Abilities Month
Health and Wellness Monthly Lecture Series