Need an Accommodation for your Class?
We can help! Your goals are important to us. Student Access Services at ACC can partner with you - encouraging and celebrating accessibility, accountability and self-advocacy. Let us help motivate and support you on your way to academic success.
Stop by Student Access Services located in Room M2710 (The Main Building on the Littleton Campus) or call 303.797.5937 to schedule an intake appointment. You may print your intake form prior to your scheduled appointment time.
Plan ahead to allow a minimum of one week set-up time for most support services. Documentation regarding your disability may be requested.
You should request support services before the start of classes. Services should be requested as early as possible because the time needed to get everything set up will vary based on what is requested. For example, some accommodations require coordination with outside agencies, publishers and other support services. All students with test accommodations must schedule a time to take their test in the Testing Center in the Student Access Services department. To do so, please fill out a Test Administration Form and complete the Scheduling Test Accommodation(s) form below.
- SAS Info Flyer (PDF)
- Informed Consent to Release Information (DOC)
- Intake Form (DOCX)
- Request Form for Documentation (PDF)
- Requesting Academic Accommodations
- Rights and Responsibilities
- Differences between HS and College
- Surviving Online Classes
- Tips for Successful Communication with your Instructor
Classroom Accommodation(s) Request:
- Alternative Text Materials Request (Book Request)
- Academic Assistant Request
- Access Letter Reprint Request
- American Sign Language Interpreter Request
- Ergonomic Furniture Request
- Kurzweil Request
Your Civil Rights
- Students with disabilities are responsible for contacting Student Access Services if reasonable accommodations are not implemented in an effective or timely way. Student Access Services will work with college personnel and the student to resolve disagreements regarding recommended accommodations.
- If Student Access Services personnel are unable to resolve a situation, students with disabilities who believe they experienced discrimination or harassment on the basis of your mental or physical disability may file a grievance in the Student Life Department as outlined in the Civil Rights Grievance Procedure (SP4-31a or SP 3-50b) located on the ACC Policies and Guidelines webpage.
- ACC will make appropriate arrangements to ensure that people with disabilities are provided appropriate accommodations, if needed, to participate in the grievance procedure.