Student Accessibility Services: 505-428-1711; room LL312; email: email@example.com.
Student Accessibility Services recognizes individuals with disabilities as an integral part of a diverse community. In order to create equitable, inclusive, and realistic learning environments, wherever possible, we are committed to safeguarding access to all the college’s programs. Students with accessibility needs are encouraged to call, email, or stop by Student Accessibility Services to make an appointment. Students who have accessibility needs due to a disability may receive academic support through Student Accessibility Services.
Services provided include case management, assistive technology, and classroom accommodations. Please be prepared to submit documentation of your disability to receive accommodations. If documentation is not readily available, please discuss it with a member of the Student Accessibility Services staff; we may be able to assist you in obtaining the appropriate materials. Students with American Sign Language interpretation needs, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information, please visit www.sfcc.edu/offices/student-accessibility-services.
There are resources on and off campus that may be helpful to you. Below is a list of some of the Campus, Community, and On-line Resources that assist students with disabilities.
Counseling Services provides personal counseling, career counseling, and life planning. The goal of the counseling services department is to improve your retention and persistence at SFCC. For more information call 428-1682 or email@example.com.
The Library provides a variety of services that support and complement the instructional programs of the institution. Learning materials and research assistance are available. Additional services include Internet access, passports to other libraries, study rooms for quiet or group study, reference assistance, and interlibrary loan services. Call 428-1352.
Tutoring Center offers free tutoring. Tutors can help with reading, writing, study skills, Spanish, science, mathematics and computer applications. Tutoring is available by appointment or on a walk-in basis. Call 505-428-1 offers an array of support services for students who are first generation college students OR have a documented disability OR qualify based on financial aid. For more information call 505-428-1364.
Adult Education provides free instruction in reading, writing, math, GED preparation, and English as a Second Language. AE services are open to all community residents who are no longer enrolled in a public high school program. 505-428-1356, firstname.lastname@example.org
Other campus resources include financial aid, student employment, child care, small business support, and literacy, to name a few.
- Division of Vocational Rehabilitation – 505-827-3536
- New Mexico Commission for the Blind – 505-827-3768
- New Mexico Commission of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing – 827-7584
- Relay New Mexico (operator-assisted calling for the deaf) – 1-800-659-1779
- New Mexico Learning Disabilities Association – 505-255-8234
- Santa Fe Community Guidance Center – 505-986-9633
- Santa Fe Rape Crisis Center – 988-1951
- Crisis Response Line – 505-820-6333
Online Resources and Websites
- Disability Law Site: Disability Rights Education Defense Fund www.dredf.org
Center for Independent Living – http://www.cilberkeley.org
- Family Village – www.familyvillage.wisc.edu
- General Disability Link – http://www.lookingglass.org
- Cerebral Palsy Guide – http://www.cerebralpalsyguide.com/
- LD Pride Online – www.ldpride.net
- Money Geek Scholoarship Guide for Students with Disabilities – http://www.moneygeek.com/
- World Association of Persons with Disabilities – www.wapd.org
- Children & Adults with ADD/Hyperactivity Disorder – http://www.chadd.org
- Health coverage and benefits for workers – http://www.disabilitybenefits101.org
- Job Accommodation Network – http://janweb.icdi.wvu.edu
- National Center for Learning Disabilities – http://www.ncld.org
- U.S. Department of Justice: ADA Home Page – http://www.usdoj.gov/crt/ada/adahom1.htm
- The Boulevard is a Resource Directory of products and services for the Disabled, Elderly, Caregivers and Healthcare Professionals – http://www.blvd.com
- Deaf and Disabled Telecommunications Program distributes telecommunications equipment and services for individuals certified as having functional limitations of hearing, vision, mobility, speech and/or interpretation of information – www.ddtp.org
For more information, please contact Student Accessibility Services, 505-428-1711, email@example.com.