In compliance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, PAC is committed to ensuring that all programs, services, and facilities are accessible to and provide equal opportunities for education to all students.
The DSS Office coordinates accommodations for PAC students with permanent and temporary disabilities as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990.
Students who meet the guideline criteria are encouraged to establish accommodations through the DSS Office.
Accommodations to students may include, but not limited to: peer volunteer note-taking, extended test time, alternative test-taking location, readers, scribes, Oral or ASL interpreter services, adaptive equipment, assistive technology, tape recorders for classroom use, alternate format reading material, and/or in-class accommodations.
Disability accommodation benefits eligible students an equal access to education in order to succeed in college by eliminating barriers that ensure students with disabilities have access to information that is provided to other similarly-situated students without disabilities, regardless of whether they need it to perform their assignments.
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Click here to download the Extended Test Time form
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