Accessibility Center

About the Accessibility Center

The Accessibility Center supports CCD's mission to provide our diverse community an opportunity to gain quality higher education and achieve personal and professional success in a supportive and inclusive environment through direct services and resources for students with disabilities.

The Accessibility Center assists with determining reasonable accommodations for students with documented disabilities in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADAAA) Amendments Act of 2008 and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, in addition to Section 508.

Through the Accessibility Center, all students will have equal access to all programs, services, and activities offered at CCD. Students with documented disabilities who need reasonable accommodations to access their courses should apply for services at the Accessibility Center or call the office. Faculty members are not obligated to provide accommodations without proper notification from the Accessibility Center.

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Student Resources

Accommodated Testing - Student Information

View general student information about Accommodated Testing.

Students Scheduling Test Appointments

Important Info for Students Scheduling Tests
  1. Exams needing a private room, reader, scribe, or use of assistive technology, need to be scheduled at least five weekdays in advance.
  2. All other exams need to be scheduled at least three weekdays in advance. This allows the Accessibility Center to receive your course test from the instructor before your scheduled appointment.

Accommodated Testing - Faculty Information

Instructors Submitting an Accommodated Test

Important Information for Instructors Submitting Tests
  1. The Accessibility Center lists the students testing accommodations on the test submission forms for the Testing Center.
  2. Do not extend the standard class test time. The Testing Center proctors will add the extended test time for accommodated students.
  3. You may list multiple students on an accommodated test online submission form.
  4. You may not upload multiple tests.
  5. Contact the Accessibility Center (303.556.3300) if your testing files will not upload to the form.
  6. Any tests that cannot be scanned, such as the American Chemical Society tests, can be brought to the Accessibility Center (Confluence Building, room 121).

Faculty Resources