Student Accessibility Services
SAS Remote Operations
The SAS office is currently working remotely but will continue to serve students, faculty, and staff during business hours. Our physical office is not open.
Accommodated tests are not currently being proctored on campus due to COVID-19 restrictions.
Students with disabilities may find that Student Accessibility Services (SAS) may be beneficial in assisting them in their quest for college success.
Please Note: The process to obtain reasonable accommodations and modifications in place may take several weeks and students are encouraged to start working with SAS well before the quarter begins.
After a new student submits the appropriate forms and documentation, they will meet with the SAS Program Specialist, who will work in tandem with the student to decide the best accommodations for them. If appropriate, the Program Specialist will approve accommodations for the student.
A list of Student Accessibility Services' most common accommodations and modifications is found on the Forms page.
If you would like more information about SAS's services, have general questions, or need to modify or add to your current accomodations, you can schedule a virtual meeting, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call us at (206) 546-4545.
- Policy 5114- Reasonable Accommodations for Students with Disabilities (Shoreline Community College policy)
- Americans with Disabilities Act of 2008 (ADAAA) (A federal civil rights law prohibiting discrimination against individuals from discrimination, including in colleges.)
- Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act (A federal civil rights law prohibiting discrimination against individuals with disabilities in programs that receive federal financial aid, such as FAFSA.)
- Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act (Accessible electronic and information technology)
- City of Shoreline Non-Discrimination Policy
Student Rights and Responsibilities
Students have rights and responsibilities and SAS, as well as Shoreline Community College as whole, is committed to recognizing these.
Shoreline Community College is committed to providing educational programs without regard to disabling conditions as defined by Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. Reasonable accommodations will be made and no otherwise qualified individual with disabling conditions shall, on the basis of disability, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or otherwise be subjected to discrimination under any program, activity, or service administered by the college.
The Rights and Responsibilities form states the rights and responsibilities of students registered with Shoreline Community College's Student Accessibility Services (SAS). Students wishing to register with SAS must review, sign, and submit this form before they will be able to set up an appointment with SAS's Program Specialist.