COVID-19 Health and Safety Information

Services for Students with Disabilities

Department Main Contact:  disabilityservices@cocc.edu
541-383-7583, 
LIB #010 (Library Lower Level), 2600 NW College Way, Bend, OR 97703

Faculty: please visit our department's intranet page for accommodation information, including during the COVID-19 impact.

Applying for Accommodations  

1.  Review helpful information on the appointment process, documentation guidelines and more.

1) Prepare for an Appointment

2.  Complete an application and submit your documentation.  Upon review, we will contact you to schedule your remote appointment. 

2) Apply Now

Requesting Your Accommodations

1.  Preview directions: visual guide (pdf) or video tutorial (OSU). 

After reviewing the steps below, you may log in:

Log In 

2.  You will log in to your account using your Single Sign-On information, including @cocc.edu, and submit your accommodation requests.  Make sure you are scrolling down to see all of your accommodation options.  

3.  Once submitted, check your COCC email for the letter of accommodations that will automatically be emailed to you and your instructors. 

4.  Contact your instructors to review the directions in the letter and how your accommodations will be implemented for their course.  Some accommodations require you to choose an option based on the format of the course and you will need to let your instructor know of your choice.  Your instructors may also have questions about how to meet your individual needs, therefore, you will need to have this conversation directly.  You may request assistance in facilitating this conversation from Disability Services.   

Email disabilityservices@cocc.edu if you need assistance. Additional tutorials are listed below. 

For student assistance, review the following tutorials or contact us at disabilityservices@cocc.edu.


Students in COCC Science CenterCOCC strives to make available to all students the opportunity for an excellent and rewarding education. The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 provide federal guidelines which help the College ensure equal access to all students.

  • Students: Please contact us if you have any questions/concerns about how your accommodations transfer to the online environment or if you are facing new barriers. You are still responsible for submitting your accommodation requests to your instructors if you are wishing to request accommodations for your online course. You may experience that some of your accommodations are not needed, as the online environment may have reduced the barriers you once faced in the classroom.

Mission:

The Services for Students with Disabilities office works to provide access of COCC offerings for people with disabilities through partnerships with students, staff, faculty, and community members by providing education, advocacy and accommodations.

Contacts:

Nancy Blair-Madison, Administrative Clerk, Senior, 541-383-7583, nmadison@cocc.edu, Office location: Library 010

Jamie Rougeux, Coordinator, 541-383-7743, jrougeux2@cocc.edu, Office location: Library 011

Erin Trimble, Sign Language Interpreter Specialist, 541-383-7737, etrimble@cocc.edu, Office location: Library 012

Oregon Relay Service: 800-735-1232, or simply dial 7-1-1

Video Phone: 541-647-6416

 

COCC campus maps and disabled parking areas:

For any concerns regarding your accommodations, please contact us at disabilityservices@cocc.edu.  You can also review the following procedures: