- 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: Jennifer Stefani – 802-388-3032
- Springfield: Amy Stuart – 802-654-0505
- St. Albans: Tana Randall-Wolfe – 802-524-6541
- St. Johnsbury: Kay McIsaac – 802-334-4327
- Upper Valley: Jessica Riley – 802-295-8879
- Winooski: Marie Frietze, Lesley Grimes, Tana Randall-Wolfe, 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
CCV welcomes all students, and we strive to provide equal access to college courses for students with documented disabilities. If you need accommodations because of a documented disability, it is your responsibility to do one of the following:
- answer “yes” to the disability question on your CCV application OR
- complete the student self-disclosure form OR
- tell an accessibility coordinator or accessibility support staff that you have a disability and you would like accommodations.
All CCV students have access to small classes, part-time schedules, online courses, individual advisors, online tutoring, and in-person academic mentoring. If you need accommodations, follow the steps below. Please begin the steps at least one month before classes start.
Step 1: Learn about Accessibility Services at CCV
Learn more about accessibility services at CCV by reading our Accommodation Policy (compatible with screen readers).
Step 2: Gather Your Documentation
Collect any official paperwork that:
- states and describes your disability,
- explains how your disability may impact learning, and
- includes the date and the signature of the doctor, primary care provider, therapist, psychiatrist, etc. who assessed and diagnosed your disability.
- It may also suggest reasonable accommodations.
Examples of documentation include:
- doctor’s letter dated, signed and printed on office letterhead
- psychoeducational evaluation dated and signed by a psychologist
- complete report from high school (IEPs and 504 plans are sometimes incomplete)
Step 3: Submit Your Documentation to CCV
You may drop off, mail, email, or fax your paperwork to an accessibility coordinator or the accessibility support staff at the CCV academic center nearest you. An accessibility coordinator will review your paperwork in advance of your appointment.
Step 4: Schedule an Appointment to Create Your Accommodation Plan
An accessibility coordinator or the accessibility support staff will schedule an appointment with you. During your appointment, we will discuss your requests. Together we will consider your interests, strengths and weaknesses, documentation, course requirements, and the reasonability of your requests. Using this information, we will create your accommodation plan.
Accommodation plans need to be renewed each semester. Please reach out to your accessibility coordinator before the start of classes each semester. Accommodations cannot be applied retroactively.
Step 5: Share Your Accommodation Plan with Your Instructors
You may email or give your plan directly to your instructor. If you or your instructor have any questions, you may ask your accessibility coordinator.
Step 6: Check in Regularly with Your Accessibility Coordinator
By checking in regularly with your accessibility coordinator you will be able to maximize the benefits of your accommodation plan. Throughout college, you’ll be able to:
- clarify learning preferences,
- develop and sharpen learning strategies,
- ask for help,
- use resources such as Tutor.com and learning centers,
- practice new ways to study and remember information, and
- confirm which accommodations serve you best.