Disability Support Program for Students (DSPS)
The Disability Support Programs for Students (DSPS) assists those with disabilities access technologies aides, academic adjustments, and services to support their success at FRC. A few examples of our services include testing accommodations, access to audiobooks and assistance with class notes. The DSPS Director and the student work together to determine appropriate accommodations and create a personalized Academic Accommodation Plan. If you have any of the following verifiable disabilities you may qualify for services:
- Mental Health (anxiety, depression, PTSD, etc.)
- Learning Disability
- Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Blind/Low Vision
- Acquired Brain Injury
- Intellectual Disability
- Physical Disability
- Deaf/Hard of Hearing
- Inquire about other disabilities
Our staff is dedicated to helping our students achieve the successful completion of their college goals. A wide range of accommodations and services, along with a state-of-the-art High Tech Center, are available to eligible students.
To be eligible for services, a student must be enrolled at Feather River College and have a disability that can be verified. FRC students who are Department of Rehabilitation clients may qualify for additional services through the WorkAbility III program.
Interested students must submit an application and email completed application back to Sarah Dimick for review.
Only applications that include: student name, ID number, and contact phone number in the body of the email will be opened.
DSPS/WorkAbility III, Director Sarah Dimick
530-283-0202 Ext. 318
Assistive Technology Specialist, Danielle Westmoreland
530-283-0202 Ext. 263
All staff can be reached during business hours via TextNow at 530-293-7518.
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