IMPORTANT: NEW INFORMATION REGARDING DRC’S ONSITE AND VIRTUAL HOURS OF OPERATION
We are happy to assist you! There are a number of ways to connect with a DRC staff member and get answers to quick questions or to schedule an appointment with a DRC Counselor or other specialist. In order to maintain the health and safety of all students, faculty, and staff, connect and engage with the DRC remotely.
Three Ways to Reach the DRC
Connect with a Live Staff Member during our Office Hours!
***ALL DRC COUNSELING APPTS. WILL BE CONDUCTED VIA ZOOM OR PHONE AT THIS TIME***
THE FOLLOWING DRC SERVICES WILL BE PROVIDED ON-CAMPUS/FACE TO FACE, BY APPOINTMENT ONLY:
- On site test proctoring, reader, and scribe services for students taking on campus classes. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 760-744-1150, Ext. 3939. Also visit Exam Accommodations
- Interpreting and real-time captioning for on campus classes and remote classes featuring asynchronous and synchronous learning and instruction, contact email@example.com. For more information visit Interpreter Request
- On campus mobility/cart services – contact 760-744-1150, Ext. 2375 or firstname.lastname@example.org
THE FOLLOWING DRC SERVICES WILL BE PROVIDED REMOTELY VIA ZOOM OR PHONE OR E-MAIL:
- DRC educational, counseling, and disability management counseling – contact 760-744-1150, Ext. 2375 or email@example.com or complete our Contact Form to schedule a remote appt with a DRC Counselor
- Alternate Media and Assistive Technology assessment, training, and technology: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Authorized Academic Accommodation letters can be requested here
- Professor support and consultation: email@example.com or 760-744-1150, Ext. 2375 or contact the counselor listed on the student’s Accommodation Letter directly or visit this page for a copy of the Accommodation Letter approved for a student(s) in your class
- LD Assessment inquiry
The DRC recognizes disability as an aspect of diversity that is integral to society and to the campus community. The role of the DRC is to assist the campus community in creating more usable and inclusive environments and equitable access to the college experience for qualified students with disabilities through specialized instruction, technology, advocacy, and services. The DRC works collaboratively with students, faculty and staff to create accommodations to remove environmental barriers to access and bolster student retention.