THANKSGIVING RECESS:

There are no classes from November 23-27, 2022. Classes resume on November 28, 2022.
The College will be closed on Thursday, November 24, and Friday, November 25, 2022.

DISABILITY SERVICES

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Accepted Documentation

Provide copies of all appropriate documentation according to the following guidelines.

DO NOT SUBMIT ORIGINALS

PLEASE NOTE: Individual Education Plans (IEPs), 504 Plans, and documentation of past accommodations may be used to determine appropriate accommodations only if they contain information specific to the disability.


Learning Disabilities:

  • IEP or Educational Evaluation, with specific diagnosis by a licensed psychologist or a learning consultant, including the addendum of scores, and preferably including accommodations
  • Psychological Evaluation, with the specific diagnosis by a licensed psychologist or a learning consultant, including test scores, and preferably including accommodations

Psychiatric / Psychological Disabilities: • Depression • Anxiety • Schizophrenia • Mood Disorders • Bipolar Disorder • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

  • IEP or Current documentation from a licensed psychiatrist, psychologist, social worker, or licensed mental health provider including:
    • Specific diagnosis, description of current symptoms, and summary of comprehensive assessment
    • History of symptoms and validation of need for services related to the functional impact of the disability
    • Psychological Evaluation, with the specific diagnosis by a licensed psychologist or a learning consultant, including test scores, and preferably including accommodations

Physical, Sensory, Health Related, Chronic illness Disabilities: Deaf/Hearing-Impairment • Blind/Low Vision • Traumatic Brain Injury • ADD/ADHD • Central Auditory Processing • Spinal Cord Injury • Chronic Illness

  • IEP or Comprehensive documentation from a qualified professional, including name, title, credential, and contact information including:
    • Diagnostic statement identifying physical disability of illness
    • Description of diagnostic criteria and/or tests used
    • Description of type and severity of current symptoms
    • Description of functional impact of disability
    • Description of current medication, treatments, and/or services currently prescribed, including any side effects that might impact performance
    • Description of expected progression or stability of the disability or illness over time
    • Recommendation for accommodations or services connecting the need for the accommodations to the functional impact of the disability

Temporarily disabled? No documentation? Please call 973-684-6395 or email ods@pccc.edu to see if you qualify for services.

Contact Us

Office of Disability Services

Phone: (973) 684-6395
E-mail: ods@pccc.edu

Main Campus -Paterson
Memorial Hall M244
(across from the Testing Center)

Passaic Academic Center
PAC – Room 218
Students are met by appointment.
Check with Main Desk for room location.

Wanaque Academic Center
WAC – Room 117
Check with the Main Desk for room location.