ADA Guidelines

 
 
 

Services and Accommodations for Students and Employees with Disabilities

A Guide for Faculty and Staff

OUR COMMITMENT

The Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC) is committed to full compliance with all laws regarding equal opportunity for students with disabilities. CCBC students, employees, the Office of Institutional Equity, and the disability support offices play an important role in ensuring that reasonable and appropriate accommodations are provided to students in a timely and effective manner.

FACULTY AND STAFF RESPONSIBILITIES

Each faculty member has a responsibility to accommodate the student. Faculty members for whose class or classes the accommodation is requested will receive an accommodation letter from the disability support office. A faculty member who has concerns or questions about an accommodation should contact the disability support office. The DSS Counselor, the faculty member, and the student will work together to resolve any issues.

Upon inquiry from a student regarding a disability, the faculty shall refer a student enrolled in credit courses to the appropriate office on each campus as listed below: 

CCBC Catonsville
Student Services Center (SSRV), room 202
443-840-5617 (V/TTY)

CCBC Dundalk
College Community Center (COMM), room 220A
443-840-3774
443-840-3529 (TTY)

CCBC Essex
Student Services Center (SSRV), room 210
443-840-1741
443-840-1601 (TTY)

Students in Community Education and Continuing Education classes should be referred to the general information number 443-840-4700.

CCBC has adopted an internal student grievance procedure providing for prompt and equitable resolution of complaints that allege violation of the American With Disabilities Act and/or Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended. Student Grievance Policy

 
 
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