At MCCC, we welcome and support a diverse student body. The Disability Services Office coordinates accommodations for persons with documented disabilities who are enrolled in credit and non-credit classes or attend college-sponsored programs and events.
Students who are new to Disability Services should visit our Future Students web page to get started.
Beginning summer 2023, students registered with Disability Services will utilize the Accommodate web based system.
- Scheduling appointments with the Disability Services Office
- Submitting a semester request for accommodations. Semester requests must be completed each semester at least 24 hours after you register for classes.)
- Submitting test accommodation reservations through Accommodate at least 3 business days prior to your test. For information, please click on the test accommodation link on the left column.
Please click on the link below to log in to Accommodate using your College e-mail address and pass code.
MCCC is committed to providing accessibility to all information on the MCCC website to those with disabilities. If you are an individual with a disability and are having difficulty accessing this information on the website, please contact the Disability Services Office.
The Americans with Disabilities Act (1990), The American with Disabilities Amendments Act (2008) and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act (1973) are designed to prevent discrimination against individuals with disabilities. View Monroe County Community College’s non-discrimination policy.
To schedule an appointment with a Disability Services Counselor, please call 734.384.4167. All accommodations for students are provided free of charge.
The legislation listed above specifies that a person with a disability is one who has a physical impairment or a mental or psychological disorder that includes the following:
A mental/psychological impairment:
- A specific learning disability
- Emotional or mental illness
- Organic brain syndrome
- A developmental disability
A physical impairment that is:
- Neurological; and/or
That substantially limits one or more of these major life activities:
- Manual tasks
- Normal cell growth
- Immune system function
- Digestive function
- Bowel function
- Bladder function
- Neurological function
- Brain function
- Respiratory function
- Circulatory function
- Endocrine function
- Has a history of impairment