English as a second language is not, in of itself, considered a disability under the Americans with Disabilities Act, so ACC does not provide accommodations for ESL students. If English is your second language and you also have a disability, you may apply for services.
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ACC is fully committed to complying with all requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act, as Amended 2010 (ADAAA) and the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (section 504) and providing equal educational opportunities to otherwise qualified students with disabilities.
Follow the student complaint procedure if you believe you have been subjected to discrimination based on your disability or denied access or accommodations required by law.
Modifications in high school are provided to the student in order to be successful in their classes. In college, accommodations are provided to students in order to be able to access their course materials.
For instance, modifications in high school may have included taking away two answers on a four answer multiple choice question, or being able to take a multiple choice test instead of writing an essay.
In college, there are no modifications or adjustments to the curriculum or testing that may be made if they would alter the essential requirements of the course. For instance, if you are taking English composition, you must write an essay to pass the class. You would not be approved to substitute this test with another type of test.
All students must purchase a valid ACC parking permit in addition to their valid ADA placard in order to legally park in the designated accessible parking places on campus.
ACC does waive the parking permit fee for disabled veterans who own a vehicle with a state-issued license plate designation of “disabled veteran.” Qualifying students and employees must provide the Cashier Office with a Texas Department of Motor Vehicles’ receipt showing the plate type of “Disabled Veteran.”
If you will need a sign language interpreter for any activity at ACC, you will need to submit your request at least 72 hours in advance.
Accommodations for the HSE/GED classes that ACC offers are available.
Accommodations for the actual HSE/GED test must be requested from the GED testing site