Stacy Mason Honored with Disability Resource Professionals Award for Service and Support

Stacy Mason, director of Student Access and Accommodation, has been honored with the Dot Mishoe Spirit Award by DocsWithDisabilities Initiative, which recognizes disability resource professionals for their commitment to students, passion for their work, support of colleagues and contribution to the overall improvement of disability resource practices.

Mason works collaboratively with Academic Affairs and Student Affairs to ensure the highest quality of holistic services and support for TCU students with disabilities. The award notification letter stated that her “accomplishments and contributions stood out as truly remarkable.” Mason was nominated by five of her TCU colleagues.

Criteria for the Dot Mishoe Spirit Award includes a proven track record of at least three years of dedicated service in the field; a profound passion, ingenuity and enthusiasm for the work; generously mentoring and supporting colleagues; and an exceptional ability to establish and maintain rapport with both students and faculty.

“Stacy epitomizes the core values of TCU and serves as a beacon of inspiration for our = community,” Annorah Moorman, associate vice provost for Student Success, said. “Her remarkable contributions have reshaped the landscape of accessibility on our campus while instilling a profound sense of belonging and empowerment in all who encounter her.”

Mason joined TCU in 2018 to help further the university’s commitment to equity and social justice for individuals with disabilities. She has more than 25 years of experience working with individuals with disabilities. She holds an MA in rehabilitation counseling and is a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor.