SAS provides accommodations for qualified students in ACC's Adult Education (AE) and Continuing Education (CE) courses.
Whether you want to earn your high school equivalent (GED), jumpstart a new career, take courses to help with college preparation or take a class just for fun, take a look at the information below to choose which program best meets your needs.
Regardless of how long you've been out of school, services may be available to you. While SAS requires documentation of a disability, your history of receiving accommodations, taking special education classes, or receiving modifications in high school will help us determine your eligibility for services.
Please review the options below and choose the one that is most relevant to you.
When you were in school, did a teacher ever tell you that you had a disability?
Were you in special education? Did you go to ARD meetings with your parents? Were you a 504 student? Did you attend classes or tests in a different room (resource room)?
If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, contact SASfirstname.lastname@example.org for additional help.
If you answered "no" to all of these questions, please contact SAS@austincc.edu to set up a meeting to talk about your next steps.
If you are interested in being evaluated for a disability, please refer to the Evaluation Resource list.
Accommodations for students with disabilities
Whether you've been out of school for a long period or short time, services may be available to you. While SAS requires documentation of a disability, your history of receiving accommodations, taking special education classes, or receiving modifications in high school will help us determine your eligibility for services.
Accommodations for Adult Education program orientation sessions and classes must be requested at least two weeks in advance.
CASAS is a Placement test required for Adult Education programs. Once your SAS advocate determines your testing accommodation, please contact Adult Education assessment email@example.com so our staff can make arrangements for your testing accommodation on your scheduled testing date and time.
Accommodations for the GED® exam or other high school equivalency tests must be approved by the testing organization (not ACC) and can take up to six weeks.
For questions contact email SAS-NonCredit@austincc.edu.
STEPS = Skills, Training and Education for Personal Success
STEPS is a program for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, who are interested in gaining skills to enter the workforce or continue to develop their education. STEPS provides a wealth of support to help adults achieve their individualized goals. Working together with agencies and schools, we provide comprehensive support throughout this two-year program, leading toward increased independence and employability. STEPS offers many levels of support, choices, and plans for students.
Students must complete an application and intake with the STEPS program before being admitted into STEPS.
For questions about STEPS, email firstname.lastname@example.org