Step 2 | Request a Welcome Meeting
Request for Accommodations Form
After you have completed the Admissions Steps, you must contact and schedule a Welcome Meeting with, Ms. Diamond Outlaw.
Steps for Requesting Accommodations
These steps will help guide you through the process for requesting accommodations. Coastal Carolina Community College is invested in full compliance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA). It is recommended you initiate any request for accommodations several weeks in advance, and it is your responsibility to self-identify, request reasonable accommodations, and provide written documentation in a timely manner. Once documentation is received, please allow Ms. Diamond Outlaw five (5) to ten (10) working days to review any request or any subsequent supporting documentation.
If you have any questions, about the Steps for Requesting Accommodations, please do not hesitate to contact Ms. Diamond Outlaw in person by visiting Student Services in the Student Center, virtually by scheduling an appointment, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 910-938-6331.
During this meeting, you will be asked to collaboratively complete the Accommodations Form with Ms. Diamond Outlaw, which provides you the opportunity to:
- Describe any disability,
- Provide information about previous accommodations,
- Explain the barriers you face, and
- Formally request desired accommodations.
Ms. Diamond Outlaw will also explain and determine what forms along with supporting documents must be completed and returned, as well as address any questions you may have regarding the accommodations process. Please do not hesitate to contact Ms. Diamond Outlaw in person by visiting Student Services in the Student Center, virtually by scheduling an appointment, or over the phone by calling 910-938-6331.
To request a Welcome Meeting, you may also use the "Book an Appointment" button below to schedule an appointment in person, over the phone, or virtually.
Step 3 | ADA Disability Verification Form and How to Submit Supporting Documentation
When meeting with Ms. Diamond Outlaw during the Welcome Meeting, Ms. Heather will determine if the ADA Disability Verification Form, along with any supporting documentation, must be completed and returned in order to determine what reasonable accommodations may be made based upon available information.
The ADA Disability Verification Form may be completed electronically by your medical care provider, or you may print the document and have it completed by hand by your medical care provider.
If you have your medical care provider complete it by hand, the document may be returned by either using the Document Upload Form or submitting it to Ms. Diamond Outlaw in Student Services in the Student Center.
Examples of qualified healthcare professionals include, but are not limited to:
- Qualified Medical Professional
- Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor
- School Psychologist
- Clinical Psychologist
Types of supporting documentation include, but are not limited to:
- Individualized Education Plan
- Section 504 Plan
- Psychological Evaluation
- Letter from Healthcare Provider
- Other Medical Evidence
Please do not hesitate to contact Ms. Diamond Outlaw with any questions.
Step 4 | Accommodations Letter
Step 5 | Provide Accommodations Letter to Your Instructor(s)
It is your responsibility to communicate directly with faculty what accommodations, as outlined in the Accommodations Letter, are deemed appropriate and request their implementation. Any plan to initiate accommodations are not active until both you and your instructor(s) have discussed them and your instructor(s) have completed an Acknowledgement Form to confirm your request for implementation. Reasonable notification must be given to your instructor(s) in order to implement any accommodation(s) in a timely manner. Once your instructor(s) have submitted the Acknowledgement Form, you will receive an electronic confirmation to your College issued e-mail account.