The University of Saint Joseph in West Hartford recently showcased the accessibility improvement made with a grant received from the state.
The University of Saint Joseph (USJ) community came together recently to celebrate the unveiling of campus-wide accessibility improvements.
Funded by a $400,000 state grant, the multiple improvements include everything from accessible doors to ADA complaint ramps throughout USJ’s West Hartford campus on Asylum Avenue.
Pictured above at the ribbon cutting ceremony outside USJ’s Mercy Hall are, from left, Beth Bye, commissioner of Early Childhood Education; USJ Trustee Sister Pat Rooney; USJ President Dr. Rhona Free; and students and assistants from the Gengras Center School at the University of Saint Joseph.
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