Services for Students with Disabilities

BMCC is committed to providing equal access to all qualified students with disabilities. Providing academic adjustments and auxiliary aides and services to students with disabilities in order to remove barriers to physical spaces and program access is an important goal at BMCC. Faculty and staff members are informed, understanding, and supportive.
 
Students may qualify for services by providing appropriate documentation of their disability(-ies) at the time of the initial request. Accommodations will be arranged upon verification of provided documentation. Those requiring assistance with this process may work with the director for advising, testing and disability services, located at the Pendleton campus but available to all students at any BMCC location. Once the student is qualified for services, the director and the student will work together to determine which services will most benefit the student in a particular situation. All accommodations are arranged on an individual basis.
 
Each campus is equipped with a computer featuring some of the most popular assistive technology available.
 
Other available support services include: academic and career advising, special parking, and resource and referral information. Some accommodations take time to prepare and require advanced notice. For further information, contact the director of advising, testing and student disability services at 541-278-5958.
 
(Information based on the printed 2013-14 Academic Catalog)