Center for Student Accessibility

The College is committed to providing full access to all programs, services and facilities for qualified individuals with disabilities as mandated by Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Amendments Act of 2008. Services and accommodations are not automatic. It is the responsibility of the student or prospective student to notify the Center for Student Accessibility of the need for reasonable accommodations, services and academic adjustments and to provide appropriate documentation by a qualified medical or mental health professional that verifies and supports the student’s disability claim.

Services cannot be authorized until the student has officially registered with the Center for Student Accessibility (CSA). This voluntary self-declaration procedure is independent from the admissions process itself, and all disability records are treated as confidential and private and kept separately.

Students with disabilities are encouraged to meet with the Center for Student Accessibility representative on their campus before registration. A staff member from CSA will assist with accommodation needs and coordinate with other campus resources and academic supports to best meet the educational needs of students with disabilities. Visit for more details and contact information.