Disability Services at Caldwell Community College & Technical Institute provide equal access and quality services to all students with disabilities. The personnel coordinate accommodations and support services to all qualified students with disabilities.
To receive services, the student must provide current documentation from an appropriate licensed professional. Acceptable documentation includes a medical report, a physician’s statement, a psychological evaluation, or records from the Division of Services for the Blind, Services for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, and/or Vocational Rehabilitation.
Students who need special services must arrange for them through the Academic Support Center well in advance of the time such services are to begin. The college does not assume responsibility for providing personal attendants or services of a personal nature.
Important DocumentsComparison of the ADA and ADA, As Amended
Family Educational Right to Privacy Act
Frequently-Asked Questions about Disability Services
Language of Disabilities
Major Differences between High School and Postsecondary Disability Services
Pros and Cons of Recording Lectures
Resources for Students with Disabilities
Students with Disabilities Preparing for Post Secondary Education
Temporary Medical Conditions or Injuries
Students with Disabilities and Attendance
Responsibilities related to Disability Services
Student Rights, Responsibilities and Code of Conduct
FormsAudiotaping Class Lectures and Contract with Student
Disability Services Intake Worksheet
Student’s Responsibilities When Using a Notetaker
Disability Services: Personal Attendant Policy
Request for Alternate-Form Textbooks
Request for Accommodation Letters