Accessibility Services

Students who have a mild to moderate documented disability are encouraged to disclose during the admission process to support an early connection with the Coordinator of Accessibility Services.

This activates the opportunity to have a supportive transition into the College environment, including discussion of reasonable accommodations based on the student’s individual needs such as extended time (assignments/testing, individualized setting for test-taking, reduced course-load, physical access plans, etc.

Any information shared is managed with the strictest of confidence and used solely to identify the necessary resources to facilitate student success.


Types of Disabilities (mild to moderate)include but are not limited to:
  • Learning Differences
  • Attention Deficit Disorder/Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADD/ADHD)
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Visual Impairment
  • Hearing Impairment
  • Mobility Impairment
  • Mental Health Disorder
  • Communication Disorder
  • Traumatic Brain Injury


Applying to the College and Requesting Services
Applications to the college will be considered if the student discloses the disability on the application form. All documentation and requests for reasonable accommodations will be assessed in order for college acceptance to be considered. Factors that determine college acceptance and the granting of reasonable accommodations include the following:
  1. Documentation provided by qualified professional accompanies college application.
  2. The student’s ability to communicate needs and educational goals.
  3. Student must meet program or course placement score requirements in mathematics and English.
  4. The academic and technical standards required for admission in a college program or course are not substantially altered.
  5. The effects of the disability can be overcome with reasonable accommodations.
  6. The nature and cost of the accommodation must not create an undue financial burden to the college.