1. Specialized counseling services – Academic, career and disability management counseling services with staff who understand the educational limitations presented by a disability.
  2. Learning disabilities assessment – Diagnostic assessment services for the presence of a specific learning disability using the eligibility model of the California Community Colleges.
  3. Registration assistance – Assistance for students who have difficulty navigating the online, telephone or in-person registration system.
  4. Financial Aid liaison – Information and liaison assistance for students needing help accessing information or completing financial aid requirements.
  5. Referrals to resources on and off campus – A wealth of campus and community resources are available to support students in their pursuit of their educational, vocational and personal goals.
  6. Assistive computer technology – Access and training in the use of assistive computer technology. Students can learn how to access print in alternate formats and gain greater independence and access to computer technology.
  7. Sign language interpreters – Sign language interpreters, real-time captioning, and other services for students who are deaf or hard of hearing are available to eligible students.
  8. Test-taking assistance – Alternative test-taking services may include extra-time, materials in alternate formats, use of readers/scribes, or other appropriate forms of assistance