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Disabled Students Programs & Services

General Information 

DSPS Student Test Request - 
To make a request to take your test/exam/quiz in the DSPS office, fill out the Student Test Request form. Once completed you can print or hand deliver the completed form to the SJC or MVC campuses. When emailing, please attach and send the completed form to (SJC or SGP) or (MVC or TEC)
For instructions on completing, attaching and sending the form, please click HERE.

New DSPS Students - 

Please look at our Steps to Enrolling document for easy step by step directions to enroll with DSPS.

Request for Services Procedure - 

Request for Services Form. Please click the Request for Services Form link on the left side of this page for instructions.

New Alternate Media Request Form -
Once you have been approved for Alternate Media, please complete this Alternate Media Request Form, as well as stopping by a DSPS office to show proof of purchase for your book with the requested book in hand. You MUST do both steps before your books will be added to your account.  

Student Disability Documentation update required -

Please Click here to read the latest announcement on student disability documentation. 

Ed Plan - 
To better assist our DSPS students, please bring an updated ED Plan from General Counseling. We suggest having this prior to your next appointment.  Also, please remember prior to receiving services for summer or fall semesters, you will need to contact the DSPS office to verify your file is complete.​

Volunteers Needed -
Enthusiastic, dedicated volunteers, working under the supervision of staff, help keep our facility running smoothly and become valued members of our Camp Paivika family. Volunteers may provide one-on-one assistance to campers, encourage participation, keep activities going, and of course, have fun! Volunteers are also essential in assisting us with fundraising activities and events. Without people who give of themselves, their time, and their talents, we simply would not be able to provide the outstanding programs and services that make such a difference in the lives of children and adults with disabilities. Click the following link for more information -

 DSPS Mission Statement

The mission of 

Disabled Students Programs and Services 

(DSPS) is to provide


accommodations, facilitate

independence, self-advocacy and assist

students to attain success with their

educational and vocational goals.