SSC Disability Needs

Students with disabilities have rights granted by the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) and section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. Disability support services are offered through the Student Success Centers at New River CTC. Disability related, reasonable accommodations are provided for students with documented and significant impairment to functioning.

Documented disabilities include, but are not limited to, hearing and sight impairments, psychiatric disorders, and certain other medical disabilities. Students are required to self-identify to the Educational Counselor in the Student Success Center. That person in turn will consult with the ADA Coordinator for students to a set of reasonable accommodations.

Students are responsible for providing current, appropriate documentation of their disability and functional limitations from their physician, psychologist, or other certified official. A recommendation of reasonable accommodations should be included in the letter. Reasonable accommodations are modifications which make a facility or program accessible, thus allowing a qualified individual with a disability equal opportunities. Students are encouraged to start this procedure weeks before the start of the semester to insure appropriate steps are taken for them to reach their full potential in the classroom. Students with disabilities who believe they have been discriminated against on the basis of their disability should bring these issues to the attention of the ADA Coordinator.

Please click on the following link for the ADA Application: ADA Application




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A 50/50 payment plan for the first summer term is available for self-paying students- 50% of your balance will be due by May 11, 2017 and the remaining 50% will be due on June 2, 2017 for the five-week term and June 23, 2017 for the ten-week term.