Student Access Services

What can Student Access Services (SAS) do for you?

Our SAS Director works with students with disabilities and the campus community to help ensure equal access to CCC’s educational and community programs.

Please Note: We are currently awaiting the arrival of our new SAS Director, Helen Fleming, on October 18. In the meantime, to request services, please contact Christine Riehl, TRIO SSS Director. You can make an appointment with Christine by clicking here or email: criehl@clatsopcc.edu

Services include:

  • Test-taking facilitation for those with testing accommodations (e.g. extended time, distraction reduced)
  • Reasonable classroom accommodations
  • Access to assistive technology
  • Student advocacy for ensuring accommodations are provided
  • Consultations and collaborations with Instructors
  • Consultations with and referrals to off-campus service providers
How can I get accommodations?
 
In order to start receiving accommodations, you must meet with the SAS office and complete an intake meeting.  Please be prepared with documentation of your disability.  

Once you complete your intake, you must request accommodations each term. You may make an appointment with the SAS Director, or complete the online form using the link below. 
 

To Book an Appointment: email studentaccess@clatsopcc.edu

To Request Accommodations: PLEASE SEE ABOVE. If you have filled out the form which was previously linked here, we are experiencing some difficulties accessing those replies. Please contact Christine Riehl – criehl@clatsopcc.edu or make an appointment by clicking here.

Other Information:

For More Information about Student Access at Clatsop Community College, Please see the Student Access Services Handbook.

Students receiving accommodations or academic adjustments must continue to meet all of the student learning outcomes for coursework, as outlined in course syllabi.  Additionally, all degree program standards and outcomes must be met.

For additional information about preparing for higher education, students can read the publication “Students With Disabilities Preparing for Post Secondary Education: Know Your Rights and Responsibilities” provided by the U.S. Department of Education’s Office or Civil Rights.

Admitted, degree-seeking students with disability documentation on file with the Disability Services office may be eligible for the TRiO Student Support Program. See the Plus Program’s page for more information.

Students with disabilities are also encouraged to utilize additional campus supports such as the Math Assistance Center (MAC) in Towler Hall, Room 211, the Tutoring Center and Writing Lab on the 3rd floor of the Library, and assigned Faculty and Staff Academic Advisor

For Faculty

Please use the Test Proctoring Form after receiving confirmation that a student is eligible for a testing accommodation. 

Students with limited English proficiency in need of Disability Services in Spanish can contact the Student Service Center front desk staff for translation assistance.

Estudiantes con manejo limitado del inglés en necesidad de servicios de discapacidad en español pueden ponerse en contacto con el personal de recepción del centro de servicio estudiantil para asistencia de traducción.

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