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Accessibility Services

Welcome to Zane State College! We are excited that you have chosen to start or resume your academic career on our campus. We are committed to helping students with disabilities achieve their academic goals. To initiate these specialized services, students need to self-identify and have the proper documentation. The Accessibility Services Academic Advisor will be your liaison with college faculty, advising/registration, the bookstore, and other resources as required. The most appropriate academic assistance in the classroom and/or at the College will be developed to the mutual satisfaction of the student, faculty member, and Accessibility Services.

Need to Schedule an Appointment?

Abby Dale

If you are interested in registering with Accessibility Services or learning more about the process, we welcome you to make an appointment. Click the button schedule with Abby Dale or stop by Student Services in College Hall. 

Please make sure you bring all required documentation to your meeting (Details Below).

For further clarification of the documentation requirements for your appointment call Student Services at 740.588.5000. 

Reasonable Accommodations

In accordance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990, Zane State College makes reasonable accommodations available to qualified students. Reasonable accommodations provided at no charge to the student include but are not limited to:

  • Note taker
  • Reader
  • Scribe
  • Interpreter
  • Extended time for test-taking
  • Distraction reduced environment

We will also provide student advocacy concerning disability-related issues, and offer resources and referral information that connects you to community support and services.

Disabilities that qualify for service are extended but not limited to students with:

  • Blind/Visual Impairment
  • Deaf/Hearing Impairment
  • Physical Disabilities
  • Learning Disabilities
  • Psychological Disabilities

Required Documentation:

  • Description of the nature and extent of your disability.
  • Explanation of the functional impact of your disability, especially as it relates to an academic environment.
  • Recommendations for reasonable accommodations.

Additional Information