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Indiana CEC Student Chapters

Student Chapters

Ball State University

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The Ball State University Student CEC (BSUSCEC) offers multiple opportunities for preservice teachers to further develop their interpersonal skills by working with individuals with disabilities and their families.  

Butler University

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Learn more about Butler University's student chapter of the Council for Exceptional Children and what they're doing to shape the future of special education.

Grace College

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The Grace College CEC student chapter strives to expose its members to many different opportunities in the special education field to educate and boost resumes.

Indiana State University

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The Indiana State University Student CEC (ISUSCEC) is made up of students who are interested in helping children and people with disabilities. 

Indiana University - Bloomington

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The IU Bloomington Student CEC is a student-run service organization whose mission is to advance the education of students with exceptionalities in school and community settings. 

Indiana University - South Bend

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The IU South Bend Student Council for Exceptional Children is the student CEC association at Indiana University at South Bend.

Indiana Wesleyan University

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The purpose of the Indiana Wesleyan University Student CEC (IWUSCEC) is to advance the education of individuals with exceptionalities and to promote related educational, scientific, and charitable purposes.

Purdue University - West Lafayette

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Purdue's chapter of the Council for Exceptional Children (PCEC) is devoted to encouraging involvement with and disseminating information concerning students with exceptionalities.

University of Saint Francis

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If you're interested in learning more about the University of Saint Francis Student CEC, contact Juanita Oberley at

Last Updated:  3 November, 2020

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