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Solano Community College

Solano Community College
4000 Suisun Valley Road
Fairfield, CA 94534

Official telephone: (707) 864-7000
Fax number: (707) 864-7175
Screen last updated on: February 2024

Disability Services Program (DSP)

This program offers supportive service for students with physical, communication, learning disabilities, psychological disabilities or other medical problems. The purpose of this program is to enable persons with a disability to integrate successfully into the college program. Some of the supportive services are: specialized counseling, priority registration, tutoring, readers, notetakers, specialized equipment, faculty and community liaison. An adapted physical education program, which is individualized to the student's needs, is also offered. The College campus is ideal for the physically disabled student; all rooms are on the ground level with many accessible restrooms and ramps. The DSP maintains a working relationship with the Department of Rehabilitation, Veterans Administration, Worker's Compensation (Private Rehab) and similar agencies.

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Learning Disability Program
This program offers specialized services and instruction to students that have been identified as learning disabled. A specific learning disability is defined as a persistent condition of presumed neurological dysfunction which may also exist with other disabling conditions. This dysfunction has continued despite appropriate instruction in standard classroom situations.  The college student who suspects he/she has learning disabilities should first contact the DSP office to make an appointment with the counselor and then meet with the Learning Disabilities specialist for eligibility assessment.

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