AccessAbility Services (formerly Disability Support Services) assists qualified students with Physical, Learning, Sensory, Cognitive, and/or Psychological disabilities by identifying and coordinating reasonable accommodations for equal access to academic programs and activities.
You are welcome to visit the AccessAbility Services Office (AAS) at any time; however, it is recommended that you come to AAS to discuss services and academic accommodation before taking the College Placement Test or once you have registered for classes. Our office is located in the Manspeaker Building (2000), please check-in or contact the Welcome Center in room 2314. Services provided are available to students on main campus as well as the Riverview and Columbia Education Centers.
Disabilities (physical, learning, psychological, cognitive, and/or sensory) that substantially limit one or more of an individual's life activities (i.e. learning) may qualify a student for services. Examples may include but are not limited to:
- Learning Disabilities
- Psychological Conditions
- Medical Conditions
- Visual Impairments
- Hearing Impairments
- Contact AAS for orientation of services
- Obtain historical and/or recent documentation of your 504, IEP, or doctor’s note. If you do not have one, please ask about a Disability Declaration Form.
- Schedule Intake Interview with AAS Coordinator
- Develop Letter of Accommodation with AAS Coordinator
- Discuss Letter of Accommodation with Instructors