Trinity Ability co_op

The Trinity Ability co_op is a cooperative movement led by disabled students in Trinity College Dublin towards radical inclusion on campus. The Trinity Ability co_op was founded in 2020 by Courtney McGrath. The co_op is made up of undergraduate and postgraduate students in Trinity College Dublin who identify as disabled, d/Deaf, or neurodivergent. In line with the Trinity Student Partnership Agreement, the Trinity Ability co_op is a student partnership with the Trinity disAbility Service (opens in a new tab).

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Get Involved
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Current Projects
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Ability co_op Committee
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Interest Form

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Past Projects
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