Bunkerhill Community College provides
disability support services

Bunker Hill Community College’s Disability Support Services Office offers legal assistance to
students with documented disabilities. The office is in compliance with Section 504 of
Rehabilitation Act of 1973 as well as the Americans with Disabilities Act. Students must identify
the specific disability they have in order to be granted the appropriate accommodations. DSS
staff aims to improve the quality and life of people with disabilities through advocacy and
assistance.
The DSS provides student consultation, coordination, and assistance with all aspects of college
life for all individuals with documented disabilities. Through collaboration with campus staff,
faculty and referral agencies, the Disability Support Services Director ensures equal access for
students with disabilities. Students who are registered to classes and have a disability must
meet with Disability Support Services Director every semester. The disability-related issues
students may have should be reported as early as possible. This is independent from the
registration for classes. Meetings are held on a regular basis.
Disability Support Services provides individual support as well as coordination of programs for
students with disabilities. The Director for Disability Support Services acts as a liaison between
students with disabilities, faculty, campus staff, community referral agencies, and students with
disabilities. Students with a documented disability must meet each semester with the Director of
Disability Friendly Institutions to discuss accommodations. It is important that students with
disabilities contact the DSS director at an early stage of the enrollment planning process.
Eligibility for accommodations is not dependent on class registration. Face-to-face meetings can
be arranged for Fridays.
DSS coordinates student needs for students with documented disabilities. Its Director acts as a
liaison with colleges and referral agencies to ensure that accommodations are tailored to each
student’s needs. The DSS Office offers an annual face-to-face meeting for students who are
eligible for assistance. Meeting with the director of Disability Support Services can be a crucial
step in a student’s college experience. There is no limit to the number of consultations you can
receive in DSS.
Through various initiatives, the Disability Support Services promotes a diverse college culture.
For example, the DSS supports the inclusion of people with disabilities in every aspect of
campus life. DSS promotes diversity and helps students reach their educational goals. DSS not
only allows students with disabilities to access education, but it also promotes the college’s
culture to them. We invite you to contact us today to find out more about Sauk Valley Community
College’s DSS.
DSS provides students with counseling and other services. The campus community is supported
by the disability support services office, which encourages inclusion. The DSS team is available
to all individuals, including those with physical and mental disabilities. In the future, they will be
able to assist students with all forms of disability in college and beyond.
Access to educational resources is not the only benefit of the DSS. Students with disabilities can
also receive legal services from the DSS. These services are available via email, telephone, and
virtual meetings. Furthermore, they work with administrators and faculty to ensure that students
with disabilities are fully included in campus life. The DSS Director will help you get the
accommodations you need and promote the College to people with disabilities. To get the most
from the DSS service, you should contact the Director.
Fairleigh Dickinson University offers disability-related counseling through its DSS office.
Students with disabilities can receive daily support from this service in their academic and
extracurricular activities. The DSS office director works with the university’s administrators and
faculty to help them navigate their college. There are also resources for people with disabilities
who are interested in attending the college. Contact your campus DSS director for more
information.
Disability Support Services offers comprehensive legal services to students with disabilities. The
service’s director can assist students with disabilities in obtaining accommodation. The DSS
director serves as a liaison between students who have disabilities and faculty, administrative
staff, referral agencies, and students with disabilities. You should contact DSS early in your
admissions process to get the DSS program. To request accommodations for disability-related
reasons, you will need to contact DSS.