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Student Accessibility Resource Center: About

The Student Accessibility Resource Center strives to assure equal access to all aspects of the college experience for students with disabilities through reasonable accommodations. We are committed to assisting each student to reach his/her maximum potential through the pursuit of educational goals. The Student Accessibility Resource Center assists in the coordination of appropriate services, based on the student's individual documented needs.

Student Learning Outcomes

  1. Self Advocacy Skills:  Students utilizing services will pick up their advocacy letters from ODS, meet with their professors to discuss their accommodations, and return signed advocacy letters to ODS within the first 2 weeks of the fall and spring semesters.
  2. Competence:  Students approved to receive books in an alternate format will request textbooks from ODS by the second week of class and utilize AMAC (Alternative Media Access Center) to download the appropriate software to access their textbooks.
  3. Independence:  Students receiving services will utilize priority registration to register early for their classes for the upcoming semester.

Assessment of Learning Outcomes