残疾人服务

正规靠谱赌博软件 is committed to students who are experiencing barriers to reach their educational goals by providing and coordinating services to maximize each student’s potential and develop their independence.

Forms on this page should be submitted to the Office for 残疾人服务.

Office for 残疾人服务

联系

劳里Marcantel
Office for 残疾人服务, Coordinator 
学生 Success Center (SSC), Room 117
宝洁街1500号, 亚瑟港,德克萨斯州77640
409-984-6241 
marcantella@thehomecosmos.com 

学生s With Disabilities

A disability is any physical or mental illness that results in in a loss of a major life activity such as, but not limited to learning, reading, writing, seeing, hearing, concentrating, sleeping, communicating, walking, or any condition that is considered as considerably limiting 

特殊人群

仅限技术类专业
  • Individuals preparing for non-traditional training and employment 
  • 学生s from economically disadvantaged families and low-income students 
  • 无家可归的学生 
  • Single Parents and Single Pregnant Women 
  • Out-of-劳动力 Individuals 
  • 英语学习者 
  • Youth (ages 17-24) who are in or have aged out of the foster care system 
  • Youth (ages 17 – 24) with a parent who is on active duty in the US Armed Forces 

Types of Accommodations

Accommodations are assigned based on the student’s individual needs and might include: 

  • Note-taking assistance 
  • Testing accommodations 
  • 读者/抄写员 
  • 美国手语翻译 
  • 辅助技术

应用

服务 for 特殊人群

  •  Transportation Voucher 
  • Day Care Assistance Program
  • On-campus 住房 Assistance 
  • Assistance purchasing Uniforms, Supplies, Textbooks, & 毕业帽和礼服  
  • Equipment/Device/Laptop Loan  
  • Mentoring and Referral Support  

应用

 

Requirements for Accommodations and Special 服务

  1. Be enrolled  as a 正规靠谱赌博软件 student
  2. 申请服务
  3. 提供文档
  4. Meet with the ODS Coordinator
  5. Check email for accommodation letter and/or confirmation of special service
注意:  
  • Accommodation letter must be given to each instructor, each semester.  
  • Accommodations only become effective when the student provides the instructor with an accommodation letter. 
  • 学生s enrolled in online 课程 follow the same process as those enrolled in on-campus 课程. 

 

 

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The Office of 残疾人服务 is obligated to maintain a student’s confidentiality and the information provided as documentation of a disability.  残疾问题 information is treated as medical information and handled under the same strict rules of confidentiality as other medical or student information and in accordance with 适用的法律.  学生 information is collected and kept in secure files with limited 访问.

学生s are responsible for supplying the appropriate documentation of a disability to the Disability Coordinator before receiving accommodations or services.  学生的 self-report is considered a source of valuable information, so it is very important that the student takes the time to openly and honestly discuss the disability with 协调器. 

学生-veterans and those currently serving in the U.S. Armed Forces are eligible for services, including counseling referrals and referrals for veteran services offered 在该地区. 

A service animal is a dog that has been trained to perform a specific task to help a person with a disability.

Emotional Support Animals (ESAs) are permitted in Seahawk着陆 with approval from the Office for 残疾人服务 (ODS). An ESA provides comfort or emotional support for someone with a mental health condition or emotional disorder. ESA不是 Service Animal, and therefore, is not allowed in other campus buildings or facilities. 

Download ESA Owner 登记 Form