Student Accessibility Services
Academic accommodations may be provided to students admitted at Central Arizona College who have registered with the Student Accessibility Department and have appropriate documentation ( Documentation Guidelines ).
Students should contact the Student Accessibility Services department.
Cheryl Hernandez, M.A., C.R.C.
Director-Student Accessibility Services
Mariela Felix, A.A.
Office Assistant II
- Email Documentation of Disability to the department. Documentation should come from a qualified professional and identify the disability and outline the impact on the student’s learning. **It is the student’s responsibility to obtain documentation. The Student Accessibility Services department does not request information on the student’s behalf.
- Documentation Guidelines
All documentation will be kept confidential
- Once documentation is received, the department will schedule a virtual appointment. Accommodations may be made for students who cannot participate in a virtual meeting.
- The Student Accessibility Services department will determine the most compatible services, based upon student need, in accordance to section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act and the American’s with Disabilities Act.
- Services will be documented in a student Accommodation Plan. This plan can be revised and revisited, based upon student need.
Support is available for students who can document one of the following:
- Specific Learning Disabilities
- Physical Disabilities
- Vision, Speech, and/or Hearing Impairments
- Cognitive, Neurological, and/or Psychological impairments
- Other medical conditions not listed above that are documented by a qualified professional and present a barrier to the student’s education.
- Temporary medical illness or injury
Student Accessibility Services may include, but are not limited to:
- A quiet testing environment
- Text-to-speech transcription
- Adaptive equipment and materials
- Extended time for testing
- Electronic recording/Note-Taking Services
- Referral to and coordination with other appropriate local, state, or federal agencies
- Sign language interpreters
Difficulty in Accessing the CAC Website
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Student Accessibility Additional Guides
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Documentation of Disability Guidelines