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.
To schedule an appointment with a Disability Services Counselor, please call 734.384.4167. All accommodations for students are provided free of charge.
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.
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
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Steps for Success for Students with Disabilities
Steps for Success for Students with Disabilities PDF Version
Steps for Success for Students with Disabilities Word Version
Making the Transition from High School to MCCC
Making the Transition from High School to MCCC - PDF Version
Making the Transition from High School to MCCC - Word Version
How is college different from high school?
How is college different from high school? - PDF Version
How is college different from high school? - Word Version
Responsibilities When Using a Personal Care Attendant
Responsibilities When Using a Personal Care Attendant - PDF Version
Responsibilities When Using a Personal Care Attendant - Word Version
Student Responsibilities When Using a Notetaker
Student Responsibilities When Using a Notetaker - PDF Version
Student Responsibilities When Using a Notetaker - Word Version
Policies / Procedures
Information for Students with Disabilities
Information for Students with Disabilities - PDF Version
Information for Students with Disabilities - Word Version
Guidelines for Readers, Scribes and Examinees
Guidelines for Readers, Scribes and Examinees - PDF Version
Guidelines for Readers, Scribes and Examinees - Word Version
Chronic Health Conditions – Student Responsibilities
Chronic Health Conditions - Student Responsibilities PDF Version
Chronic Health Conditions - Student Responsibilities Word Version
ASSISTANCE TO PERSONS WITH LIMITED ENGLISH PROFICIENCY AND/OR HEARING IMPAIRMENTS
- When a student has either self-identified or has been identified as needing assistance with the English language by a counselor, faculty and/or staff member, the college has professional referral resources available through the Monroe County Learning Bank Network (MCLBN). In addition, we have support services available within the Learning Assistance Lab; this service is made available through the Perkins Grant (Perkins Occupational Populations Support Services). We currently make 2-3 referrals per year. An LEP may also be verified/identified by the Accuplacer and/or TOEFL placement tests.
- When students with LEP or other ADA-related challenges are identified by counselors, faculty and/or staff during the initial inquiry/recruiting event/counseling appointment/advising session, etc., they are referred to the Learning Assistance Lab, MCLBN, Michigan Rehabilitation or other available resources for assistance. The counselors, instructors and/or tutors also use assistive technology or sign language translators to communicate with those with impaired hearing. The college maintains a line in the annual budget to cover any supplies, materials and/or other resources needed to accommodate students with any ADA related challenge.