Whether your goal is to enhance your education, improve your employability and your life, or simply to study for the enjoyment of learning something new, Clinton Community College’s Center for Community & Workforce Development is your partner in education!
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Clinton Community College offers a wide variety of quality academic support services to students with documented disabilities. Students are encouraged to identify themselves as having a disability so that appropriate services can be made available to them. Students requesting accomodations must contact Learning Resource Specialist (Room 420M, 562-4252) in order to receive services.
Once educational information regarding a disability is received, appropriate accomodations are provided through the Accomodative Services Office. The Learning Resource Specialist works with individual students, faculty members, and various outside agencies to coordinate efforts to meet student needs.
Students who have no documentation, but suspect they may have a disability should contact the Learning Resource Specialist for information about testing and obtaining documentation.