A variety of services are available for eligible students. These services may include:
- Information sessions for students with disabilities on using support services
- Academic accommodations for students with disabilities
- Academic advising and counseling
- Tutoring by peer and professional tutors is available to all enrolled WCC students. Tutoring assists students in further understanding concepts presented by instructors.
- Use of Assistive Technology
Advising is arranged by appointment. If you have questions please contact us at (734) 973-3342 or visit us in LA 104.
Students with Disabilities Preparing for Postsecondary Education: Know Your Rights and Responsibilities (Published by the Department of Education and the Office for Civil Rights)
Students may be self referred. An Intake Formis required to be submitted each semester.
Disabilities involve substantial limitations. They are distinct from common conditions that do not substantially limit major life activities. Disabilities may be visible or hidden and include:
- Deaf or hearing impairment
- Emotional impairment
- Orthopedic impairment
- Speech impairment
- Blind or visual impairment
- Traumatic Brain Injury
- Specific Learning Disability
Documentation of the disabling condition is required. Please see Submission Procedures.
Fax: 734-477-8517 (confidential fax)
Learning Support Services, LA 104
Washtenaw Community College
4800 E. Huron River Drive
Ann Arbor, MI 48105
If you experience any problem(s) with service(s), please immediately notify the LSS director. We cannot correct a problem that we do not know exists. Your cooperation to help us continually improve service(s) is appreciated.
Appeals about LSS policies or procedures or questions/concerns not resolved with LSS staff should be discussed informally by means of a meeting with the Director of Learning Support Services. If the complaint cannot be resolved with the director, the complaint should be filed in accordance with Student Complaint Procedures (Board of Trustees Policy Manual, Section 4095: Student Rights and Responsibilities).