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Support Services
Counseling is an integral part of the services offered by the Disabled Students’ Center. Each student is encouraged to meet with the DSC staff to plan his/her academic schedule, and to become oriented to the campus to ensure a positive learning experience. Counseling for vocational concerns is also available.
All special support services for students with disabilities must relate to the specific disability of the student.

As an example, a student who has use of his/her upper extremities but uses a wheelchair may not be eligible for note-taking assistance or extended time on tests. The appropriate support service will be determined by the Disabled Students' Center counselor.

In addition to academic and peer counseling, the DSC offers the following supportive services:
Adapted physical education program
  • Adjustable desks
  • Books on tape
  • Cassette tape recorders (aka: “special equipment loans” in the DSC application)
  • Closed-captioning facilitation for video resources
  • Computer support services – High Tech Center
  • Conversion of printed materials to Braille, large print, electronic text or audio tape
  • Counseling (i.e., academic, career, peer, personal)
  • Disabled awareness activities (Abilities Expo)
  • Disabled students’ club (Campus Colleagues)
  • Interpreters for the deaf
  • Large print copier and typewriter
  • Liaison with community agencies
  • Mini library of disability-related materials
  • Modified computer equipment
  • Newsletter for disabled students
  • Note-taking assistance
  • Orientation
  • Print magnifying machine
  • Readers for the visually impaired
  • Referrals
  • Registration assistance
  • TDD (telephone device for deaf/hearing impaired)
  • Test taking assistance/proctoring
  • Tutorial assistance
  • Workshops (e.g., study skills, transfer)