Student Disability Accommodations
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Disability Accommodations

Reasonable accommodations are individualized and based on the nature of the documented disability and the requirements of specific courses.  Accommodations are designed to meet the needs of students without fundamentally altering the nature of the college’s instructional programs.  Examples of commonly requested accommodations include but are not limited to:

  • Assistive technology
  • Emotional Support & Service Animals
  • Extended time on exams
  • Housing accommodations
  • Permission to record lectures to supplement note-taking
  • Preferential classroom seating
  • Reduced course load with full-time status
  • Service for students with temporary conditions, such as concussion, broken leg/arm, or surgery recovery
  • Testing in a distraction-limited environment