In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Access Services Office assists students in obtaining reasonable accommodations to access their classes and the campus. ICC offers support services to students with varying disabilities including attention deficit disorder; health, physical, mental/psychological, sensory, learning and temporary disabilities.
Accommodative services and adaptive equipment are available based on individual student needs. Services include sign language interpreting, CART Services, in-class notetaking assistance, adaptive equipment, text books on tape, enlargement or tactile graphing of papers, Braille equipment and translation software, text reading machines, and special testing accommodations for classes. The office provides advisement and consultation to students. Tutoring for ICC students is done through the various tutorial labs on campus i.e. Writing, Reading/Study Skills, Math and Learning Labs.
Students with disabilities seeking academic accommodating must provide written documentation of their disability from appropriate licensed professionals with recommendations for the types of accommodations needed. Health care needs can be addressed by contacting Health Services.
A state issued license plate or hanging tag is required for disability parking privileges. Public Safety can be contacted for more information.