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CONTACT DETAILS

Disability Services
ODSaccess@BristolCC.edu
774.357.2955
 
Mon - Fri: 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Fall River Campus
774.357.2955


L109
 

Attleboro Campus
774.357.2523


206E
 

New Bedford Campus
774.357.4011


NB117
 

Taunton Center
774.357.2955


 

 

 

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Students with disabilities enrolled in credit and non-credit classes are encouraged (but not required) to self-disclose their disability status and register with the Office of Disability Services (ODS). Students are welcome to disclose their disability at any time, but disclosure does not ensure accommodations. It is simply the first step in registering with ODS and engaging in the interactive process to request and determine reasonable accommodations. 

Students with disabilities are responsible for self-disclosing their disability status, on the , and registering with ODS to pursue reasonable accommodations, if desired. This is a voluntary process but a required step in requesting accommodations.

The ODS considers the impact of the disability and barriers created by individual circumstances while determining the reasonableness of each requested accommodation, on a case-by-case basis. Based on professional judgement/expertise, Learning Specialists review documentation in all forms to assess disability-related barriers that can be mitigated by accommodations. To do so, they consider the student鈥檚 disability, history, experience, request, and the unique characteristics of the course, program, or requirement in order to determine whether or not a specific accommodation is reasonable.

Accommodations are intended to provide access to disability-related barriers, not to ensure student success or increased speed/performance.

Once a student has filled out the to disclose a disability, completed an intake interview with disability documentation/history review, and has been identified as having a disability (or disabilities) that poses a barrier for which an accommodation can be made, the student is registered with ODS. The student is then deemed eligible to request/receive reasonable academic and/or access accommodations, which may be provided as early as college placement testing.

Please note: Not all learning issues are associated with a disability. Bristol Community College offers free academic and writing tutoring for all students, through the .

For additional information about eligibility, student self-disclosure, registration with the Office of Disability Services, and accommodations, please .