Disabled Student Programs & Services
Disabled Student Programs & Services Disabled Student Programs and Services is a mandated, state funded program which assists students who have any qualifying type of disabling condition. Services are available for students who have verifiable mobility, visual, hearing, speech, brain injury, psychological and other disabilities. These services assist students in obtaining their educational, vocational and employment goals. We have three special programs to serve our students: High Tech Center, Learning Disabilities Lab, and Adaptive Physical Education.
Support Services Include:
Qualified students are evaluated and receive appropriate support services such as:
- registration assistance
- note taking
- test facilitation
- agency referrals
- specialized assessment.
Specialized and support classes include:
- Computer Access I and II
- Computer Special Projects
- Developmental Skills in Assessment, Reading, Writing and Math
- Adaptive Physical Education.
Disabled Students Programs and Services (DSPS) Frequently Asked Questions
Q. If I am registered as a Disabled Student, will that show up on my transcripts?
A. No. There will be no mention of your disability on any school records.
Q. Am I required to register with DSP&S just because I have a disability?
A. No. The only time you are required to register with DSP&S is if you are requesting a service or services from this office.
Q. How much does it cost to receive services from your office?
A. Nothing. There is no cost for disability accommodation services, but special classes have registration fees.
Q. What kinds of services does your office provide?
A. The kinds of services we provide depend on the nature and severity of each individual's disability. To find out what kinds of services you may qualify for please call our office and make an appointment for an intake interview.
DSPS – Disabled Students Programs & Services
Office Phone: 530.251.8867
Office Location: Creative Arts Building