Disabled Students Programs & Services
Student Files Update.
a reminder, prior to receiving services for summer or fall semester, please
contact the DSPS office to verify your file is complete. You do not need
an appointment but please note, our office is closed on Monday mornings.
Attention: Priority Registration for DSP&S students with more than 100 units.
students who have lost their priority registration because they are at or near
100 units will need to go through the appeal process to have it
reinstated. Please note, the appeal is only good for one semester, so if
they complete the process for Fall semester, they will need to appeal again for
the Spring semester, and so on.
to file an appeal:
a general Counselor to complete a comprehensive Educational Plan.
to the DSPS Office to obtain a Priority Registration DSP&S Verification Form
signed by the DSPS Director.
the Educational Plan, the signed DSPS Verification form, along with a written
statement by the student to Enrollment Services. They will forward the
appeal to the Academic Standards Committee for Approval.
Attention: Student disability documentation update required.
Please Click here to read the latest announcement on student disability documentation.
Summer Bridge is coming! Click here to obtain more information about Summer Bridge.
New DSPS Students
Please look at our Steps to Enrolling document for easy step by step directions to enroll with DSPS.
New Request for Services Procedure.
We are pleased to announce that we
have developed a new - simple - easy to complete Request for Services Form.
Please click the Request for Services Form link on the left side of this page
New Alternate Media Request Form.
We are pleased to announce that we have developed a new - simple - easy to complete Alternate Media Request Form. Please click the DSPS Forms link on the left side of this page and then select the Alternate Media Request Form link.
DSPS Mission Statement
The mission of DSPS is to empower students with disabilities to attain maximum independence, integration, and success in a fully accessible college environment.