Disability Resource Center Services at CCC At Clackamas Community College, the Disability Resource Center is part of Student Academic and Support Services, and our goal is to help students succeed. If you have a documented disability — permanent or temporary, whether physical, mental or sensory — we can help you receive reasonable accommodations. These services are designed to support your academic success by creating a welcoming, inclusive and accessible environment at CCC. General InformationOur StaffChristina BruckDisabilities Coordinator Office: CC-150 Phone: 503.594.3181 | FAX: 503.722.5865Email: email@example.com Camala Foster-CorleyDisability Resource Specialist Office: CC-150 Phone: 503.594.3189 | FAX: 503.722.5865Email: firstname.lastname@example.org HoursThe Disability Resource Center has the following hours:Monday:8 a.m. - 5 p.m.Tuesday:8 a.m. - 5 p.m.Wednesday:8 a.m. - 5 p.m.Thursday:8 a.m. - 5 p.m.Friday:8 a.m. - 5 p.m.Saturday:ClosedSunday:Closed Meet with us: To make an appointment, contact the Disability Resource Center office by phone at 503-594-6357, or e-mail at email@example.com. Individual meetings are available Monday–Friday, 9 a.m. 4 p.m. Evening appointments are also available by request. If you're unable to schedule an appointment in advance, you may stop by for a brief meeting. These drop-in sessions may be limited to 10 minutes. The Disability Resource Center is located in the Community Center, Room CC150. What we provide: We provide the following services: Pre-Admission Inquiries: If you’re a prospective student, we can provide information about our services, how to establish eligibility, what kind of documentation you need, and address any other questions you may have. Intake Interviews: After you have submitted documentation about your disability, a Disability Resource Center staff member will meet with you to determine your eligibility and establish appropriate and reasonable academic adjustments, if you request them. Academic Accommodations: We determine accommodations on an individual basis, according to the nature and extent of the documented disability. Consultation: The Disability Resource Coordinator is available to consult with students, faculty, and staff about academic accommodations, disability laws, Universal Design and related issues. Resources and Referrals: The Disability Resource Center has information on campus and community resources to assist students with disabilities. We can also make referrals when appropriate.