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Disability Resources & Services


*NEW STUDENTS FOR SUMMER/FALL 2014-2015*

You must be completely done registering for classes before an appointment with the DRS Specialist can be scheduled

Admissions and Registration steps

​NOTICE: Documentation of your disability is a requirement!

 Documentation Guidelines

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Services
  • Intake and assessment
  • Documentation review and approval
  • Advocacy and support services
  • Approve, implement, and monitor accommodations
  • Education on the legal difference between secondary and post-secondary
  • Education on ADAAA, Section 504, and FERPA
  • Campus, community referral and resources
  • Opportunities for students to integrate into campus life
  • Assistive technology (AT) support
  • Monitor campus compliance of ADAAA


Appointments can be made:

  • Once student has turned in documentation of their disability
  • Once student has registered for classes
  • Continuing students can walk in or call (480)857-5188

 
When should students seek assistance from DRS?

  • If you have a documented disability, a medical or psychological diagnosis
  • If you received prior Special Education Services, including resource support 
  • If you have a temporary disability that begins to affect academic goals and performance
  • If you begin to struggle transitioning to college, classrooms tasks, and academic goals
  • BEFORE the semester begins for new students


When should Staff or Faculty refer to DRS?

  • If a student self discloses a disability
  • If a student has asked for or appears to be in need of accommodations
  • If a student has not self identified or provided Instructor Notification Form (INF), yet shows signs of struggling
  • If a student does not meet academic expectations, exhibits poor classroom performance which would call for removal, or a possible alternative course placement
  • If behavior or attitude interferes with the educational process or learning of others
Hours

Monday & Wednesday

8am-8pm

Tuesday & Thursday

8am-6pm

Friday

8am-5pm

Summer Hours
Monday - Thursday

7:00 AM - 5:30 PM

Contact

Brenna Peck, BA, Psychology
Disability Resource Specialist
Office: 480.857.5188
Direct Line: 480.857.5187
TTY: 480.732.7066
Fax: 480.212.0915

Pecos Campus, Student Center
Room 164