Disability Access Compliance Committee (DACC)
Mission of the Committee
The mission of the Disability Access and Compliance Committee (DACC) is to discuss, monitor, and evaluate campus-specific issues relating to compliance with California State University Executive Order 926 and can be expected to produce Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliance-related reports to the Chancellor's Office as requested. As needed, DACC members serve on Cal Poly's Accommodation Review Board to resolve student accommodation disputes.
|Martha Cody||Ex officio||Campus 504/ADA Coordinator|
|Mary Shaffer||Ex officio||Campus 508/E&IT Compliance Officer|
|Joy Pedersen||Ex officio||Dean of Students|
|Debi Hill||Ex officio||Director, Disability Resource Center|
|Mike Hogan||2014-2016||Administration & Finance (Facilities Mgt & Development)|
|Georgia Wells||2015-2017||Strategic Busn Support Srvcs (Contracts & Procurement)|
|Shelly Giesmann||2014-2016||Human Resources|
|Luanne Fose||2015-2017||Acad Programs & Planning (Accessible Tech Spec/CTLT)|
|Marlene Cramer||2014-2016||Parking and Commuter Services|
|Ryan Durante||2015-2017||Associated Students, Inc. (student rep)|
|Thomas Korman||2014-2016||Academic Senate (faculty rep)|
|Dustin DeBrum||2014-2016||Cal Poly Corporation|
|John Lee||2015-2017||Human Resources (non-MPP Staff rep)|
|Kevin Taylor||2014-2016||Academic Senate (faculty rep serves on ARB as needed)|
|Vacant||2015-2017||Academic Senate (faculty rep serves on ARB as needed)|
The committee currently meets quarterly or as needed.
NOTE: DACC is a university standing committee appointed by the President. The official charge and current membership roster are maintained by the President's Office.