Disability Services

Students with disabilities are advised and supported by a coordinator of student advising, who will arrange appropriate accommodations. It is a student’s responsibility to make the College aware of a documented disability and the need for accommodation.

To allow reasonable time for arranging services, you should provide documentation four weeks before classes begin. For more information, see CCV’s Disability Accommodation Policy – Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Non-discrimination Policy.

Bennington: Darcy Oakes – 802-447-2361
Brattleboro: Leigh Marthe – 802-254-6370
Middlebury: Jennifer Stefani – 802-388-3032
Montpelier: Kelly Young / Jeremiah Cook –  802-828-4060
Morrisville: Billi Dunham–  802-888-4258
Newport: Kathleen McIsaac – 802-334-4327
Online: Amy Stuart – 802-654-0505
Rutland: Pamela O’Connor – 802-786-6996
Springfield: Deb Grant – 802-885-8360
St. Albans: Amy Stuart – 802-524-6541
St. Johnsbury: Jeremiah Cook – 802-748-6673
Upper Valley: Erin Wetherell – 802-281-5080
Winooski: Marie Frietze, Lesley Grimes, Amy Stuart  – 802-654-0505

Northern Lights at CCV: Joanne Rouleau – 802-748-6673
ADA Resource Coordinator: Amy Stuart – 802-654-0505
ADA Officer: Angela Albeck – 802-654-0690

For questions on web and electronic accessibility, contact EIT (Electronic Information Technology) Coordinator Jeremy Vaughn at jeremy.vaughn@ccv.edu or 802-828-4063.

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