Disability Support Programs & Services (DSPS)
Cunningham 120 (209) 954-5330
The Disabled Support Programs and Services (DSPS) office provides specialized services to support the unique needs of individual students with verified disabilities. Arrangements may be made for reader, interpreter, note taking assistance, mobility assistance, use of adaptive equipment, community liaison, and special counseling. Students must make an appointment with a DSPS counselor after applying and be able to provide documentation of their disability, verified by an appropriate professional.
Vocational Rehabilitation Services
The State Department of Rehabilitation maintains a liaison counselor through the DSPS office on campus and provides multiple services to qualified students, including a Workability III program. These services include vocational counseling, testing, medical diagnostic services, financial aid, and job placement. Interested students should contact DSPS for more information or a referral to meet with a D.R. Counselor.