Accessibility and Resource CenterStudent Accessibility Services
Student Accessibility Services
Are you a student with a disability preparing to take classes at Tallahassee Community College? Do you have concerns about registration, receiving accommodations, or getting around campus? The Student Accessibility Services (SAS) Office is committed to providing the access you need to do your best during your time here.
TCC is committed to creating an accessible environment where individuals are viewed on the basis of their ability, not their disability. The Student Accessibility Services Office assists students in receiving educational accommodations, academic advising and other educational support services.
Applying for Services
1. Complete the online Application for Student Accessibility Services
This application will provide information that will help us support you and your educational goals. If you need the application in an alternate format, please let the SAS Office know.
2. Provide any documentation you feel will help the Advising Specialist better understand your strengths and needs
This may include an Individualized Education Plan (IEP), 504 Plan, Psychological Evaluation, medical documentation, or other documentation. After your initial meeting with an Advising Specialist, you may be asked to provide additional documentation.
3. Make an appointment to meet with an Advising Specialist in the SAS Office
During this meeting, you will learn how to access accommodations on campus, what your rights are, and what your responsibilities are in receiving accommodations. Please notify the office if you will not be able to keep your appointment.
Accommodated Testing Center & Adaptive Computer Lab
The Accommodated Testing Center helps eligible students utilize their accommodations during testing. The Adaptive Computer Lab provides students with a wide range of technology, such as computer workstations, copiers, scanners, CCTVs, JAWS, Zoomtext, Dragon Naturally Speaking and Kurzweil.
Location: FPAC Room 219
Hours: Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Phone (Voice): (850) 201-8271
Sign Language Interpreters
The Student Accessibility Services Office houses two full-time ASL Interpreters. If you are a prospective student and need an Interpreter, please first apply for Student Accessibility Services. If you are a current student registered with the SAS Office and need to request an Interpreter for an extracurricular activity, please complete the Interpreter Request Form.
EAGLE Connections Program
About the Program
The Eagle Connections Program offers young adults with disabilities an opportunity to experience life on a college campus while developing self-determination, independent living, and employability skills.
To provide a course of study that includes career exploration, work experience, and social activities while empowering young adults with significant cognitive disabilities to acquire the knowledge and skills needed to become independent and productive citizens.
If you are ready to apply now, download and complete the application.
Just interested in learning more about EAGLE Connections? Fill out our interest form!
Cayle Sullivan, EAGLE Connections Coordinator
Phone: (850) 201-8432
Students can schedule accommodations for tests administered by Certiport by setting up a Certiport ID account, and making sure to provide both the Certiport Exam Accommodations Request Form and Release Form to the Student Accessibility Services Office. Please fax the Accommodations Request Form and Release Form, as well as a copy of your documentation to (850) 492-4160. Or, you may bring the application materials to our office, where someone can fax the information for you.
The application will take up to 10 days to process, so we encourage you to complete the application as early as possible.
Certiport has specific guidelines for required documentation. Student Accessibility Services does not determine approval of accommodations for Certiport exams.
You can schedule an appointment via phone, e-mail, or by visiting our office. Advising Specialists see students by appointment, and on a walk-in basis. Available walk-in times are displayed outside of the office, located in the Student Union, Room 172.
Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Student Accessibility Services is housed within the Accessibility & Resource Center (ARC), on the 1st Floor of the Student Union, Room 172
Phone (Voice): (850) 201-8430
Fax: (850) 201-8433
Florida Relay Service: 711
Video Relay Service: (850) 270-6236 or (850) 270-6231