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Improve Handicapped Accessibility/Safety at CofC!!

383 Signatures Goal: 500

There are many problems at the College of Charleston that affect the safety and accessibility for disabled and able students. Problems, such as: 1. Uneven sidewalk bricks that trip students 2. Some buildings have handicapped accessible bathrooms on only one floor, instead of every floor 3. Ramps to buildings are in difficult places to reach in a manual wheelchair 4. Lack of Streetlights and not enough emergency call boxes make it dangerous for students to walk to class at night 5. Elevators are frequently out of service 6. Some student activities, such as CofC Radio, are in older buildings on a top floor without an elevator These are only a handful of the problems that students have to endure every day on campus. The purpose of this petition is to inform the administrators and urge them to solve these fixable problems!! All students, both handicapped and able, have a right to a safe atmosphere on campus. *IMPORTANT: You don't have to be a student at the College of Charleston to sign this petition!!

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