Palomar College Learning For Success

Disability Resource Center

Counseling Services Division

Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Services

The Disability Resource Center (DRC) proudly provides Deaf and hard-of-hearing students with access to services including Sign Language Interpreting, Real-Time Captioning, note-taking services, and an Assistive Listening Device (ALD) loan program in an effort to promote language equality, empower students, and assist them in the attainment of their academic and vocational goals.

For more information on how to request interpreting/CART services, click here.

Please turn in your accommodations requests using MyDRC immediately after registering for classes. Students who register early will have more open classes to choose from. Turning in interpreting/ accommodations requests early will also help the DRC to support your language access needs most successfully.

New to Palomar College…

Additional English support for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing students! Would you like to receive English tutoring services from a native ASL user? Our Deaf tutor can now tutor students directly in ASL – no interpreter needed!

Interpreting Requests are filled on a First-Come, First-Served Basis

Palomar Resources:

List of Campus Ubi-Duos
List of Public VideoPhones on Campus
ASL Lab (a voice-off, Deaf-friendly environment on campus)

Community Resources for the Deaf:

Deaf Community Services of San Diego
Department of Rehabilitation
Employment Development Department
National Association of the Deaf


Complete for meetings, tutoring, field trips, etc. For full semester-length requests, please complete the Accommodations Request Form.

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