If you are an applicant who meets entrance requirements and identifies a disability, your application is processed by the Admissions Office as per the admissions process for all students.
Additionally, a copy of your application and transcript, as well as any documentation verifying your disability, is given to the Coordinator of Disability Services who will contact you to discuss
your disability-related accommodation needs.
If you are an applicant who does not meet entrance requirements and identifies a disability, the Admissions Office will consult with the Coordinator of Disability Services before processing
your application. The Coordinator will contact you to determine whether or not your disability is relevant to not meeting the entrance requirements.
If it is, you may be able to access some of our programs through our Special Admissions process.
If your disability is not relevant to not meeting entrance requirements, you may be able, for example, to meet entrance requirements by availing of our CAS-Transition program.
The Coordinator of Disability Services will discuss all available options with you.
If you do not identify as having a disability, but your high school transcript denotes you have completed modified or alternate courses, your application and transcript will be
copied to the Coordinator of Disability Services who will follow up with you to determine eligibility. It may be determined that you do not meet entrance requirements if you have
completed modified or alternate courses. If this is the case, you may be able to explore other options through our Special Admissions process.
If you are an applicant with a disability, you choose whether or not to identify this on your application.
If you meet entrance requirements, your application is processed as per the admissions policy for all applicants; identifying a disability does not interfere with this.
Follow-up with the Coordinator of Disability Services to discuss disability-related accommodations is a separate process.
Early identification of a disability enables the college to respond to your disability-related needs in a timely manner and to inform you of any additional services or
funding options which may be available to you as you pursue your college education.