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Change is in the air!
As of August 31, 2020, Disability Services will be located within the Student Success Commons.
As you know, YCCC continues to remain remote as much as possible, including remote access to the Student Success Commons and Disability Services. Disability Services, including accommodations planning is by appointment at this time. Please contact Danielle Ebbrecht, Director of the Student Success Commons, for more information about Disability Services or to schedule an appointment.
Danielle Ebbrecht, M. Ed.
Director of the Student Success Commons
Q: Is the Office for Student Disability Services still open?
While the physical office is NOT open, the office will be operating remotely, which means we are still here to support you! Please contact the office via E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a voice message at (207)216-4323. Support and accommodations meetings can occur through E-mail, or via phone and/or Zoom appointments.
Q: What happens now that exams are on-line? Can I still get extended time?
While online instruction is in place, the Testing Center will not be open. Instructors are able to adjust the time for your test to provide you with your extended time accommodation. Please communicate with your instructors, prior to an exam, to discuss your exam accommodations in their courses.
Q: What college resources are available to assist me in transitioning to online instruction?
In addition to your faculty and the Office for Student Disability Services, the Student Success Commons will continue to provide tutoring and support remotely.
Q: As classes transition to on-line/remote learning, I anticipate barriers and would like to request new or additional accommodations. What do I do?
If you are already registered with the Office for Student Disability Services, please send an E-mail or call Danielle Ebbrecht, Director of the Student Success Commons, to schedule an appointment via phone or Zoom to discuss your need for additional accommodations.
If you are not already registered, please E-mail or call Danielle Ebbrecht to schedule an appointment via phone or Zoom to discuss your accommodations needs. Please be prepared to provide the following:
You may also complete and submit the Accommodations Request/Inquiry Form and our office will contact you to schedule a phone or Zoom meeting.
Note: Documentation is required to support accommodation needs. Documentation submitted for review should be from a licensed clinical professional or health provider who is trained and qualified to evaluate the disability and who is familiar with the student's history and current needs.
¨ Name, credentials and contact information of the evaluator/provider
¨ Diagnostic criteria, testing results, symptoms
¨ A description of how the disability impacts student’s ability to access learning, programs and activities at YCCC
¨ Neuropsychological/Psychoeducational testing and report; Statement from psychiatrist, nurse practitioner, physician, physical therapist, occupational therapist speech therapist or other qualified clinical professional involved in student's care; IEP or 504 plan from High School
In meaningful partnership with faculty and staff, York County Community College's Office for Student Disability Services ensures quality access to all opportunities for learning to qualified students with disabilities.
Students can disclose their disability to the Office for Student Disability Services at any time while enrolled at York County Community College, from the time they submit their application to any point throughout the semester. It is each student's responsibility to contact the Office for Student Disability Services, as soon as possible, to arrange for reasonable accommodations.
If you wish to request accommodations, please:
Accommodations will be considered on a case-by-case basis, taking into account course requirements and the nature and severity of the disability.
Please note: Accommodations are not retroactive and can take up to two weeks to process; they will begin only after a student has completed the steps necessary for approval.
Danielle Ebbrecht, M.Ed
Director, Student Success Commons
Due to CoVid-19, Disability Services is not currently on campus. All appointments are being done remotely until further notice.
By appointment (via phone or Zoom)
Please schedule an appointment at https://yccc.libcal.com/appointments/debbrecht
or by E-mailing email@example.com
or by calling Danielle Ebbrecht at (207)216-4323
Disability Services at The Student Success Commons
York County Community College
112 College Drive
Wells, ME 04090
Documentation submitted for review should be from a licensed clinical professional or health provider who is trained and qualified to evaluate the disability and who is familiar with the student's history and current needs. Documentation must reflect student's current functioning.
Documentation should include:
Examples of documentation:
Submit disability documentation by
Before scheduling an appointment, please complete the Accommodations Request/Inquiry form and submit current documentation of your disability. Please review the Documentation Guidelines tab for more information regarding documentation.
Please schedule an appointment (phone or Zoom) at https://yccc.libcal.com/appointments/debbrecht or by E-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have questions about the process or are unsure about whether or not to schedule an appointment, you may E-mail email@example.com.