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Student Accessibility Services


Services for Students with Disabilities

Roxbury Community College is committed to creating an educational environment that promotes academic excellence and personal exploration for all students. This includes a commitment to achieving equal educational opportunity and full participation for persons with disabilities. Our goal is to ensure a comprehensively accessible college experience where individuals with disabilities have the same access to programs and activities as all others. This policy derives from the College's overall commitment to non-discrimination of all persons in employment, creating accessible facilities, student programs, activities, and services.

If you have questions, please contact Student Accessibility Services. All accommodations are individualized, flexible, and determined based on the nature of the disability and the academic environment. 

Services for Students

  • Academic accommodations
  • Accessibility
  • Assistive technology and alternative formatting
  • Community-based resources for training and employment
  • Educational evaluation resources
  • Referral to RCC academic support resources

Questions? Contact us!

We welcome RCC students (both enrolled and prospective), faculty, and staff to consult with Student Accessibility Services on disability-related questions or concerns.

To request academic accommodations, please complete our request for accommodations form. Included are guidelines for appropriate documentation and we ask that any student submitting documentation to review these guidelines to ensure appropriate documentation is provided. Click here to download and print form.

If you would like Student Accessibility Services to be able to communicate with a parent, family member, partner/spouse, medical/psychiatric provider or outside agency, you must first complete and submit a Release form. Click here to download and print form.

Student Accessibility Services is located in Building 3, Room 201A. 

Phone: 857-701-1410


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