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Disability Access Services
Need an Accommodation for your Class?
- Whether the accommodations you need are permanent or temporary - we can help! Your goals are important to us. Disability Access Services at ACC collaborates with all members of the campus community - encouraging and celebrating accessibility, accountability and self-advocacy. Let us help motivate and support you on your way to academic success!
- Want to know what kinds of accommodations we offer? We utilize a wide range of accommodations for both classroom and testing environments.
Schedule an Appointment
- To schedule an appointment stop by Disability Access Services located in Room M2710 (the Main Building on the Littleton Campus), call 303.797.5860, or request an appointment online.
- Plan ahead! While we are happy to see you at any point in the semester, accommodations are not retroactive. If you know you need accommodations, schedule an appointment before the start of your classes.
- DAS prefers that you register for classes before your scheduled meeting with your DAS Specialist.
- Please complete your Intake Form (PDF | Online) prior to your scheduled appointment time
- Be prepared to discuss accommodations you have received in the past and the types of support you currently need.
- You will not be required to bring in documentation of your disability, but if you would prefer to share, we will welcome any information you have.
Information for Current Students
- The Accommodation Letter covers the entire Academic Year. In order to receive a new letter, please fill out the Accommodation Letter Request form at least four weeks before the start of the semester. Accommodations begin when your instructor receives your Accommodation Letter. Accommodations are not retroactive.
Information for Faculty and Staff
- Please contact DAS if you need resources or have questions regarding accommodations.
- Request support services before classes and as early as possible; the time needed to get accommodations set up will vary based on what is requested. For example, some accommodations require coordination with outside agencies, publishers and other support services. Please use the appropriate link in the Forms section.
- All students with test accommodations must schedule a time to take their test in the Testing Center with Disability Access Services. We recommend that you schedule tests at least 7 days prior to the scheduled test date. Tests scheduled without this notice may have to be scheduled outside of your desired time or may be delayed due to staffing availability and physical space. To do so, please fill out and complete the Littleton Test Appointment form or the Castle Rock or Online Test Appointment form.
Your Civil Rights
- Students with disabilities are responsible for contacting Disability Access Services if reasonable accommodations are not implemented in an effective or timely manner. Disability Access Services will work with college personnel and the student to resolve disagreements regarding recommended accommodations.
- If Disability Access Services personnel are unable to resolve a situation, students with disabilities who believe they experienced discrimination or harassment on the basis of their mental or physical disability may file a grievance the Associate Dean of Equity and Compliance as outlined in the Civil Rights Grievance Procedure (SP4-31a or SP3-50b) located on the ACC Policies and Guidelines webpage. Forms are available on the Dean of Students webpage.
- ACC will make appropriate arrangements to ensure that people with disabilities are provided appropriate accommodations, if needed, to participate in the grievance procedure.
Littleton Campus, M2710
disability [dot] access [at] arapahoe [dot] edu (disability[dot]access[at]arapahoe[dot]edu)
Phone: 303.797.5860 (voice/TTY)
Monday – Friday
8:00am - 5:00pm
Accommodation(s) Request Forms
- Alternative Text Materials Request (Book Request)
- Accommodation Letter Request
- ASL Interpreting / Captionist Request
- Ergonomic Furniture Request
General Information Forms
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