Campuses, Buildings + Hours
- Events and Conference Services
- CCC Library
- Food on Campus
- Environmental Learning Center
- Haggart Observatory
- Free Food Pantry
- Arts + Performance
- College Safety
- Cougar Connect Tech Help
- Textbook Rental and Exchange
- College Success Workshops
- Veterans Services
- Disability Resource Center
- Child Care
- SNAP Training + Employment Program (STEP)
- Student Involvement
- Career Center
- Health and Wellness
Disability Resource Center
The Disability Resource Center (DRC) supports students with disabilities by creating an accessible, inclusive and welcoming environment.
The DRC offers a wide range of services to provide students with disabilities equal access to college activities, courses (both online and in-person) and programs. The DRC also supports to faculty and staff to deliver accommodations.
Steps to start services with the Disability Resource Center
Provide the DRC with documentation that establishes the existence of a disability. This can be an Individual Education Plan (IEP), 504 Plan, or documentation from certifying professional. You can send your documentation to the DRC by emailing email@example.com.
Meet with the Disability Resource Center
At your initial meeting you will meet with a DRC staff member and discuss how your disability affects your ability to learn and take a test. You will also discuss reasonable accommodations for your classes, including both online and in-person classes.
Disability Resource Center Staff
Winter term hours
Most college services are available Monday through Friday throughout the winter term.
For a detailed list of current student services hours, including remote and in-person services, visit the Student Resources webpage.
CONTACT THE DISABILITY RESOURCE CENTER
Contact us to schedule an appointment. Evening or Wilsonville campus appointments available by request. Drop-in sessions are limited to 10 minutes.
Oregon City campus
- Monday-Thursday: 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Located in the Wacheno Welcome Center, room WC180
Oregon Relay Service
Oregon Relay Service provides communication and phone connections between people who are deaf, deaf-blind, hard-of-hearing, speech-disabled or hearing.