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Disability Services

Disability Services

Disability Services are available for students who have a physical or hidden disability and may need classroom accommodations. For accommodations, a Disability Accommodation Request Form is required to be submitted each semester and discussed with a Program Specialist before accommodation(s) are finalized.

Students needing accommodations for orientation and/or college placement tests please contact 734-973-3342 to speak with a Program Specialist.

View information on pregnant student rights.

A variety of services are available for eligible students. These services may include:

  • Information sessions for students with disabilities on using support services
  • Academic accommodations for students with disabilities
  • Academic advising and counseling
  • Use of Assistive Technology

Advising is arranged by appointment. If you have questions please contact us at (734) 973-3342 or visit us in LA 104.

Students with Disabilities Preparing for Postsecondary Education: Know Your Rights and Responsibilities (Published by the Department of Education and the Office for Civil Rights)


Disabilities involve substantial limitations. They are distinct from common conditions that do not substantially limit major life activities. Disabilities may be visible or hidden and the categories include:

  • Cognitive
  • Hearing
  • Learning
  • Physical
  • Psychological
  • Speech
  • Visual
  • Other

Documentation of the disabling condition is required. Please see Submission Procedures.

How to contact us:

Call 734-973-3342 or stop by our location in LA 104. Our Fax number is 734-477-8517.

Office Hours:

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm
Tuesday, 8:00am to 6:00pm

Advising Hours

Advising by appointment. Hours will vary.

If you experience any problem(s) with service(s), please immediately notify the Disability Services office director. We cannot correct a problem that we do not know exists. Your cooperation to help us continually improve service(s) is appreciated.

Appeals about Disability Services (DS) policies or procedures or questions/concerns not resolved with DS staff should be discussed informally by means of a meeting with the Director of Disabilities Services office. If the complaint cannot be resolved with the director, the complaint should be filed in accordance with Student Complaint Procedures (Board of Trustees Policy Manual, Section 4095: Student Rights and Responsibilities).

Other Resources

  • Computer Labs
    WCC has computer labs on campus where you can do research and get your work done.
  • Study & Learning Assistance
    WCC offers a variety of resources to help students with their studies.
  • Study Areas
    WCC provides a variety of study spots for students.
  • WCC Bookstore
    If you need paper, pens or other supplies, WCC's Bookstore has many school necessities in stock.

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