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Faculty and students of Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Center

Disability Awareness Month

Disability Awareness Month

Disability Awareness Month

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Planning for College event

Puzzle Project faculty, staff, students and mentors

Puzzle Project

Puzzle Project faculty, staff, students and mentors

Important

Beginning Monday, September 20, all students wishing to meet with a Counselor or take a test in our Testing Center must show proof of vaccination or weekly COVID testing by using the CLEARED4 app.  No other visitors will be allowed in the Counselor offices.  Visit the Mt. SAC Health website at www.mtsac.edu/health for more information.
Questions?  Contact Vaccine/Testing Hotline at (909) 274-5122 and/or vaxortest@mtsac.edu
To be tested on-campus you can visit any of these COVID-19 Testing Site Locations.

 

 

 

Contact ACCESS

Monday through Thursday:  8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
         Friday:  8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Building 9B - Student Services
(909) 274-4290
access@mtsac.edu
(909) 274-2943
www.mtsac.edu/access

To request department-related material in alternate formats, please email altmedia@mtsac.edu.

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Meet Our Centers:

  • Accessibility Resource Centers for Students

    ACCESS provide counseling, instruction, and accommodations for students with disabilities and medical conditions.

    Testing Center Update:
    To take a test with accommodations in ACCESS, please contact ACCESS at least 7 days before your test to schedule an appointment.

  • Student using Smart Board at Accessible Technology Center

    Accessible Technology Center

    The Accessible Technology Center (ATC) is a state of the art instructional center that is comprised of the latest assistive technologies as well as professional staff to support students in achieving their academic goals.  It is home to the Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) Program and the Alternate Media Program, the ATC also provides instructional assistance in various academic disciplines. 

  • DHH Center

    Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing

    This cultural and academic center provides a space for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing students to receive  the support needed to be successful at Mt. SAC.  The Center has a variety of services for Deaf students.

Specialized Programs:

ABI Program

Acquired Brain Injury Program

ABI students are students who have an acquired brain injury and that undergo a semester (or more) of cognitive rehabilitation instruction administered by licensed Speech and Language Pathologists with that goal of reintegrating into the college to complete a degree/vocational program or pursue employment.

Puzzle Project End of Year Celebration

Puzzle Project

Puzzle Project is a series of workshops for Mt. SAC credit students who have Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). During these workshops, you will learn a variety of skills that can be applied to daily life.