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Accommodating services

Consequently, as noted above, the College will make, on behalf of qualified students with learning and physical disabilities of which the College is aware, reasonable accommodations that do not impose undue hardships on the College.Students and their families are strongly encouraged to disclose and discuss possible accommodations during the enrollment process.

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Student Disability Services works to support and provide accommodations for students with a wide range of physical, learning, and psychological diabilities.GENERAL ANESTHESIA: We provide the convenience of general anesthesia, administered by an anesthesiologist, for our patients who prefer to be “put to sleep” while being having their dental treatment.It is additional cost to the patient and may not be covered by their dental insurance.It is the student's responsibility to contact the Department of Disability Services (DS) to request academic adjustments in their educational program.Advance notice of the need for an academic adjustment can help to ensure that there is adequate time to review the request and determine each request on a case-by-case basis.After reviewing the information on this website, students seeking disability accommodations should contact Student Disability Services to initiate the accommodation process.

If a disability determination is made, your Area Dean of Students will facilitate the implementation of approved auxiliary aids and services.

If a student believes he/she requires a reasonable accommodation or has a question regarding educational services, activities, programs, or facilities that are accessible to or usable by students with disabilities, please contact the academic counselor in Academic Support Services who has responsibility for students with learning challenges.

All information associated with a disclosure of this nature is confidential, and the College will communicate this information to others only on a need-to-know basis.

Each semester, students must give their written permission for DSS to send letters to their professors stating the specific accommodations being requested.

Be sure to make appointments with both counselors and professors early each semester to discuss your individual needs.

The Office of Disability Services (ODS) works diligenty provide advice and counsel on disability-related issues on campus regarding reasonable accommodations, roles and responsibilities, assistive technology, campus resources, and accommodation information.