Student Accessibility Services

Mission Statement

To provide equitable and effective access for students with documented disabilities in order to support their full participation in College classes and activities.

SAS staff serve students in the following ways:

  • Identify reasonable accommodations
  • Establish and coordinate accommodations
  • One-on-one meetings in person, online, or by phone
  • Access to Assistive Technology
  • Disability-related problem solving and advocacy
  • Information and referrals to additional ACC resources

Initial Requests for SAS Services

To establish SAS services, students must complete the SAS Application for Services and Accommodations, provide documentation of diagnosis, and meet with an Accessibility Advocate.

Visit Accessibility Services ‒ New Students if you are new to ACC and not yet enrolled in classes, need accommodations for the TSI assessment, or want to find out more about the SAS application process.

Current SAS Students

Visit Accessibility Services ‒ Current Students if you already receive accommodations through SAS and would like to request semester accommodations.

Accessible Information Management (AIM)

AIM is ACC’s confidential accommodation management platform utilized by SAS staff, students, and faculty.

AIM Student Features:

AIM Faculty Features:

How to Connect with SAS

If prospective or new students would like to make an appointment with SAS, contact the campus of your choice. See Student Accessibility Services offices by campus. In-person or virtual appointments are available Monday through Thursday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Friday, from 8 a.m. to noon.

Current students can login to AIM to schedule a meeting with their Accessibility Advocate.

For general questions, email [email protected].

Resources for Remote Learning

Visit Remote Student Support for a list of additional college and community resources to help students.

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