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Access and Disability Resources

Request for Social Distancing in the Classroom

Given the updated guidance from OHA, social distancing will no longer be required on June 30, 2021 or once Oregon reaches a 70% vaccination rate, whichever occurs first.

Classroom/space capacity will return to full capacity at that point. If a student feels that they need to continue to social distance while at RCC, they are encouraged to complete this request and submit it to Access and Disability Resources.

Welcome to Access and Disability Resources!

We hope you are doing well during this difficult time. We are still here for you! We are performing all essential functions of the work of the Access office remotely, including initial appointments and drop-ins via phone or Zoom. Department phone number: 541-956-7337.

After you have registered for classes (each term) please request your accommodations using the button below. Note: You must be registered for classes to select accommodations.

As classes transition from in-person to online, you are still entitled to full access. Accommodations you used in your in-person classes might look different or, in some cases may not be necessary, but you should expect full access in Blackboard (Bb) and Zoom. Please select a button below that addresses your situation.

I need to apply for access and disability resourcesI am a current student with DS who needs an appointmentI have questions about my Testing accommodations
Questions about AltText/EBooksQuestions about ASL InterpretingQuestions about my other accommodations

Accessible CPR trainingtutoring services at RCC
Live conferencing and online tutoring available

ADA Compliant Campus Maps

Redwood Campus
Riverside Campus (coming soon)
Table Rock Campus (coming soon)


Access and Disability Resources is an academic support program that helps to provide equal access to educational opportunities for students with disabilities. We collaborate with students, faculty, staff and community members to create usable, inclusive and sustainable learning environments.  The program strives to increase awareness and acceptance of those with disabilities in support of RCC's commitment to enhancing each learner's potential and success. RCC recognizes disability as an aspect of diversity that is integral to the campus community and society as a whole.

Confidentiality Statement | Student Rights and Responsibilities