San Bernardino Valley College hosted its fourth annual Disability Awareness Fair, both in person and virtually for the first time ever. Organized by SBVC’s Disabled Students Programs and Services (DSPS), the event aimed to empower those with differing abilities and shift the mindset to “all abilities” as opposed to “disabilities.” The two day event kicked off with an in-person resource fair on Campus Center Walkway, which provided students information on the various programs, services, and resources SBVC has to offer for individuals of varying physical or learning abilities. The following day was the virtual fair, where students were able to attend various webinars in an online format. Guest speakers discussed legal aspects of disabilities, and recommended various assistive technologies. Event organizers aimed to inform students on how SBVC is committed to providing an accessible learning environment that allows each student to reach their academic goals and participate in a full range of campus activities.