SC4 is firmly committed to making higher education accessible to students with disabilities by removing barriers and providing programs and support services necessary for them to benefit from the instruction and resources of the College.
Located in the Library and Student Support Center in Room A-101, SC4 Disability Resources provides support and resources for students with or without a documented disability. Students do not need to have documentation of a disability to discuss strategies for college success.
Incoming students who would like to meet with the coordinator should make an appointment as early as possible in their first semester or during the enrollment process. Early planning is essential for many of the resources and accommodations provided.
NCCSD Clearinghouse and Resource Library
Mental health crises know no season or semester. The National Center for College Students with Disabilities has a helpful crisis resources page along with PressPause.
Scholarships for Students with Disabilities offers a comprehensive list of scholarships and grant programs for students with disabilities. For each award, important details, such as who can apply and how to make a successful application is detailed. This guide provides answers to many of your questions and lists the scholarships.
Students with disabilities preparing for post-secondary education: Know Your Rights and Responsibilities
Contact information and hours
Room A-100, College Center
8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday to Thursday
9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday