Remote Operations Update:
Disability Services (DS) provides accommodations and services for qualified students with disabilities at South Seattle College, in accordance with ADA and 504 requirements. To receive services, students complete an intake with the DS office and provide documentation of disability.
During remote operations DS is available to faculty and current or new students for questions, consultations, and appointments. Students should contact the DS office by email if possible, or they may leave a voice mail message if email is not possible.
Accommodation letters for spring quarter will be sent to faculty by email at student request. If faculty have questions about how any of a student's accommodations apply based on shifts in instructional practice, please be sure to contact DS for discussion and clarification.
8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. (M-Th)
9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. (Fri)
Services offered: Testing accommodations, assistive technology, sign language interpreting, alternate format, and other services as appropriate.
The DS office will continue to process intakes for services, arrange alternate testing, and any other services if feasible and based on request. If students need assistance during remote operations, they should contact the DS office and we will respond as soon as possible.
Incoming students who need accommodations for placement testing should contact the DS office prior to testing.
Disability Services (DS) coordinates services and arranges academic adjustments for students with disabilities at South Seattle College. The DS Office provides reasonable accommodations to ensure physical and programmatic access to college services, programs, and activities.
To be eligible for services, students must have a disability (as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 as Amended) and provide documentation of the disability and need for accommodation. Eligible students must also meet the academic and technical standards required for admission to college programs or activities.