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Disabled Students Programs & Services


San Jacinto or San Gorgonio Pass
Call us at 951-487-3305 or email us at
Menifee Valley Campus or Temecula
Call us at 951-639-5305 or email us at

High School Student Information - 

CLICK HERE for information on Summer Bridge 2016! If you are interested​ in attending this event, please call our office to RSVP. Summer Bridge is 100% free but space is limited, call today!

New DSPS Students -
CLICK HERE for Steps to Enrolling with MSJC and DSPS. 

Continuing DSPS Students -
Please CLICK HERE for reminders. 

Note Taker Guidelines -
If you have been approved for a Volunteer Note Taker, please print the form below and complete with your note taker. You can also stop in the DSPS office to pick up a copy. 
  • CLICK HERE to download and print the DSPS Volunteer Note Taker Form.​
  • 3 FREE ways to receive notes from your Volunteer, CLICK HERE.
  • DSPS strives to ensure you receive your approved accommodations. If you are unable to find a note taker in your class, please see a DSPS staff member for an alternate accommodationCLICK HERE to see our office hour schedule.​ ​

Volunteer Note Takers will receive a certificate of hours completed at the end of the semester.

Need to Schedule a Test in the DSPS Office? - 
To schedule a test/exam/quiz in the DSPS office, CLICK HERE 

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

All DSPS Students - 
We are now asking that EVERY DSPS student submits a course syllabus for all classes at the beginning of each semester.



Mission Statement

The mission of 
Disabled Students Programs and Services (DSPS) 
is to provide necessary accommodations, facilitate independence, self-advocacy and assist students to attain success with their educational and vocational goals.