Students requesting services through SAS must provide documentation of their disability. If it is an observable disability the verification may be made by the SAS Director/Counselor. Otherwise the disability documentation must be provided by and be signed by a licensed, or certified professional. Documentation should describe the disability and explain any educational limitations. In most cases, the documentation may not be older than three years and must come from an appropriate professional or agency. In the case of a learning disability additional assessment, by the Learning Disability Specialist, may be necessary in order to meet California Community College Standards.
Students who wish to participate in Student Access Services (SAS) must:
All accommodations must be pre-approved by the Director/Counselor of SAS each semester.
SAS staff will maintain a current confidential e-file on each student receiving services.