The Accessibility Services Office at each campus offers a variety of accommodations for students with disabilities or special requirements.
Services are coordinated to fit individual needs and may include:
- Sign language interpreting
- Computer-aided real-time translation (CART) services
- Note-taking services
- Reader/scribe services
- Use of assistive technology
- Loan of specialized equipment such as audio tape recorders and talking calculators
- Providing large-print materials
Academic and career advising services, testing arrangements, registration, and information and referral services are available.
Students requesting services are responsible for providing
current educational or psychological/medical documentation from a qualified professional verifying disability and need for services. New students are encouraged to contact the Accessibility Services Office at least one month before classes begin.
Students with disabilities attending college have a right to appeal decisions concerning physical and academic accommodations by submitting a written petition to the designated Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) coordinator. For more information, contact the Accessibility Services Office.
New students will need to submit an application and documentation to verify their need for services.
Submit a New Application
Returning students can log in to the student portal to update their information and request semester accommodations.
Update Accommodation Info.
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Locations and Contact Information
Our campuses are fully open for all.
Update (Aug. 16, 2021): Masks are now required for all employees, students and visitors at all Dallas College campuses and events. Get the latest
updates about our COVID-19 response.
Success coaches (advisors) will be available for walk-in and virtual drop-in meetings.
Please call 972-669-6400 or email DSSO@dcccd.edu for assistance.
You can also
schedule an appointment to meet with someone in the Accessibility Services Office.