Accessibility Compliance Center and Educational Support Service - (ACCESS)
The ACCESS program provides a network of support services for special population students. These students include: students with disabilities, students whose English is their second language, academically disadvantaged students (below a
2.0 GPA), students who are single parents, teen parents, displaced homemakers and students who are enrolled in non-traditional training programs of study for their gender.
Students with disabilities are supported through ACCESS accommodations including but not limited to: sign language interpreters, note takers, alternative testing arrangements, specialized equipment, tutoring and counseling.
Services are provided through ACCESS to students whose English is their second language and students who are academically disadvantaged with tutoring and academic/career counseling.
Supplemental Assistance is available to all eligible ACCESS students including: single parents, non-traditional students, and students with disabilities. Assistance includes: tuition, books and supplies and other support services for
students whose goal is to obtain job skills in an approved occupational educational program.
ALL students requesting ACCESS accommodations/support services MUST meet eligibility guidelines. ACCESS offices are located on every campus. For more information, contact your campus ACCESS office.
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