Student Accessibility Services
SAS offers the tools for success and provides equal access & opportunities to educational programs College wide.
Student Accessibility Services works with the campus community including our academic departments, faculty and staff, to provide equal access and opportunity to educational programming and services for students with disabilities.
Services are determined individually, based on federal guidelines and Quincy College policies. Our goal is to minimize the impact of the disability by providing reasonable academic accommodations for the student to meet course outcomes.
Receiving Reasonable Accommodations. In order to be approved for accommodations, requests must be appropriate for the student’s disability and supported by the disability documentation. Once approved, the Student Accessibility Services Coordinator will generate a letter for each classroom instructor notifying the instructor of the requested accommodation. The College reserves the right to make final decisions regarding accommodations. Students with disabilities who choose not to register with the Student Accessibility Services Office will not receive accommodations under the ADA or Section 504.
Requests for accommodations should be made in advance to allow reasonable time to prepare for implementation.
Prospective students may contact the SAS office to learn more about services. Send an email to email@example.com or call 617-984-1724.
Registered Quincy College Students: All students requesting accommodations must self-report by following these steps:
1: Login to MyQC portal and select the Student tab
2: From the menu on the left select “Student Accessibility Services”
3: Once you’ve accessed the SAS page in the portal, please read and follow the instructions to complete the Intake Application form, provide your documentation, and set up an appointment by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Requests for accommodations should be made in advance to allow reasonable time to prepare for implementation.
Student Accessibility Services Office
Compliance regarding services for students with disabilities or the Americans with Disabilities Act should be forwarded to Meghan Cassidy, AVP of Student Success and Partnerships, at Presidents Place, 1250 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169 or by calling (617) 984-1724.
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