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Welcome to Disability Access Services at SCC!

We recognize disability as a valued part of diversity. We help students with disabilities receive equal access to Spokane Community College (SCC) programs and services. Our staff also helps create environments where students feel welcome and included. 

Available Services

Services provided to students may include but are not limited to:

  • Help completing the admissions process
  • Referral to counseling or academic advising
  • Classroom accommodations
    • Sign language/oral interpreters, note takers, readers, alternate testing, alternative format textbooks, etc.
  • Priority registration (if justified by disability)
  • Referral to resources on and off campus
  • Use of assistive technology
Students communicating using ASL
Our Core Values

Disability is a natural part of humanity.
Disability is vital to the development of communities.
Disability is a social/political category that includes individuals from many different backgrounds.
Equal access cannot be achieved through accommodation alone.
Design that promotes inclusion is a matter of social justice and civil rights.
Helping individuals requires creativity.

Reserved parking space for those with disabilities
ADA Compliance

The Community Colleges of Spokane complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, and other relevant state and federal laws in providing services and accommodations to students with disabilities.

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Who Is Eligible?

Are you considered a person with a disability under the law? Have you identified yourself to a disability support service provider? Did you provide current documentation regarding your disability? If you answered yes to these questions the Disability Support Office is now able to provide the right assistance to you.

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Getting Help from Disability Support Services

Contact our office to schedule an appointment. If you have it, please bring documentation of your disability with you to your appointment. You may also mail, email, or fax documentation to our office prior to your appointment.

DSS staff will review your documentation and discuss the impact of your disability with you in order to determine what is needed to provide equal access to all our programs. If you don't have documentation, you can still meet with DSS staff to discuss your situation.