A visit to the college is recommended to all applicants. Persons with special needs are urged to visit early, preferably the semester before enrollment. The Admissions Office and Learning Resource Specialist should be contacted for an appointment.
In order to receive accommodations, the student must self-identify, provide appropriate documentation, and request services from the Learning Resource Specialist. The purpose of accommodations is to provide alternative pathways for learning, receiving and expressing information. We do not change course content or lower our expectations. All documentation and information will be kept confidential in accordance with F.E.R.P.A. regulations.
The Learning Resource Specialist's office is located in the Learning Commons on the
second floor of the Moore building (Room 211).
Office hours are Monday through Friday 8 - 4
Summer hours - Monday through Thursday 8 -4:30, Friday 8 - 1
The Accommodative Service Office is a National Voter Registration Act (NVRA) voter registration site. We will be offering you the opportunity to register to vote today and each time you visit us. We will be glad to help you complete the necessary paperwork.