Disability and Access Services offers a variety of services for students with learning disabilities, ADHD, psychiatric disorders, and physical or sensory disabilities. While students are not required to utilize these services, many will find the available accommodations relieve stress and help with performing college-level work. Proper documentation of a disability is needed to be eligible for academic accommodations, which can include extended time for testing, assistance with note taking, and textbooks in an alternative format. 

Disability and Access Services is also available to assist faculty in working with students with disabilities.

For further information, please contact LaDonna Bridges at or 508-626-4906.