More than Peacocks: ESAs on Campus

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More than Peacocks: ESAs on Campus

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In this episode, graduate students Taylor and Cyndel discuss the topic of Emotional Support Animals on college campuses. They break down the good, the bad, the myths, and more. Test your knowledge about ESAs and learn more about this growing method of support for college students and what they mean for the future of higher education.

Interested in learning more? Here's three resources heavily used for this podcast. Please reach out if you're wanting to learn even more!

Bauman, M., Davidson, D. L., Sachs, M. C., & Kotarski, T. (2013). Service, comfort, or emotional support? The evolution of disability law and campus housing. Journal of College & University Student Housing,  39/40(2/1), 142-157.

Gose, B. (2016). As standards change, disability officers race to keep up. The Chronicle of Higher Education. Retrieved from https://www.chronicle.com/article/As-Standards-Change/237781.

Von Bergen, C. W. (2015). Emotional support animals, service animals, and pets on campus. Administrative Issues Journal: Education, Practice, and Research5(1), 15-34.

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