Disabled Students Programs & Services (DSPS)
Students who have special needs because of physical, communication, or learning challenges are invited to visit the DSPS program office intake, and speak to a program representative about program eligibility and services which include:
Assisting with Department of Rehabilitation. sponsored support services (i.e. educational materials, books, and supplies)
Classroom accommodations for students with physical challenges.
Diagnostic Assessment for Learning Disabilities Eligibility.
Learning Strategies /Study Skills classes.
Liaison with Recordings for the Blind and Dyslexic (books on tape)
Program Planning and Counseling.
Special accommodations for those with profound hearing loss/ visual impairments.
Special parking permits.
Test proctoring and related accommodations
If you require a sign language interpreter, please contact Michelle Hernandez (firstname.lastname@example.org), three (3) days prior to coming to campus to ensure interpreter availability.
DSPS Faculty and Staff:
Dr. Shalamon Duke, Dean
Fran Israel, Instructor
Andrea Smith, Learning Disability Specialist
Nancy Brambilla, Counselor
Betty Harrison, Office Assistant
Michelle Hernandez, Sign Language Interpreter