The ADA/Disability Office at Cochise College provides a variety of support services to meet the unique needs of students with disabilities. Our goal is to empower students, foster independence, promote success and assist students in discovering and developing their full potential.
Cochise College is continuously working to maintain accessibility standards throughout the college community. Compliance is an ongoing college effort, if you are having trouble accessing information, please contact our ADA/Disability Services office.
Director of Disability Services
Carla Boyd | email@example.com
Sierra Vista Campus | 1064 – Student Union (2nd Floor) | (520) 515-5337
Douglas Campus | 613 – Learning Commons | (520) 417-4023
Downtown Center | Benson Center | Willcox Center
Ft. Huachuca Education Center | Santa Cruz Center
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Our ADA/Disability Office provides a variety of services tailored to individual needs and documentation of the disability. The office acts as a liaison with faculty, staff and outside agencies and assists students with special test-taking arrangements, classroom accommodations and resource referrals. All services provided by the ADA/Disability Office are free of charge. All students with documented disabilities are eligible to receive services. Disabilities include physical, emotional, psychiatric, psychological, attention deficit disorder, and/or learning disabilities.
Services include test-taking adjustments, note-takers, readers, special equipment, extended time and quiet testing, among others. Accommodations are based on individual needs supported by testing/documentation. Some accommodations, such as alternate text may be available with qualifying disabilities.
In compliance with Section 504 of the Vocational Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and most recently, The ADA Amendments Act of 2008 (ADAAA), Cochise College seeks to provide support services to those students whose disabilities require special assistance. The college uses a reasonable accommodation process to determine a meaningful adjustment for students with disabilities to participate in the educational process.
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- Community Resource List (PDF) – A list of public community resources
- ADA/Disabilities Student Guide (PDF)
- ADA/Disabilities Faculty Guide (PDF)
- Students with Disabilities in Higher Education (PDF) – A resource guide for students when transitioning from high school to college
- Student Rights and Responsibilities in Postsecondary Education, Washington doit Website
- Documentation of Disability (PDF)
- Free Apps for learning (PDF)
- Schedule an appointment with the Director of Disability Services.
- Provide current documentation of your disabling condition.
- Report any problems you have with the effectiveness of accommodations.
- Provide your class schedule to the Director of Disability Services two weeks prior to the beginning of each semester.