Columbia College is committed to providing educational opportunities for all students and assisting them in making their college experience successful and positive. In compliance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, Columbia College recognizes a student with a disability as anyone who has a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activity. Columbia College coordinates the provision of reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities.
All reasonable accommodations are individualized, flexible and confidential based on the nature of the disability and the academic environment.
The mission of the Office of Accessibility Services at Columbia College is to create an academic, social and physically accessible environment for students with disabilities by removing obstacles to learning.
Service and Emotional Support Animal Policy
This link contains information regarding Columbia College’s policy toward service and emotional support animals including the process for requesting a service or emotional support animal, resident responsibilities and requirements of the college community. Service and Emotional Support Animal Policy
Requesting Accommodations/Disability Services
To request accommodations/disability services, click on the link below to fill out the ‘Request for Accessibility Services Application’ and submit. This will be received by the Disabilities Services Coordinator.
Accommodation Request Form: https://columbiacollegesc.wufoo.com/forms/qpnoujf0bszbu3/
Accessibility Services is a function of the Office of the Provost.
Columbia College’s Accessibility Services Officers are:
Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs
Allison Administration Building
Director, Office of Accessibility and Student Success
This will be received by the Disabilities Services Coordinator.
The mission of the Office Accessibility at Columbia College is to create an academic, social and physically accessible environment for students with disabilities by removing obstacles to learning.