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Student Accommodation Guidelines and Responsibilities

 

Student Rights and Responsibilites

Tacoma Community College is committed to providing equal access to educational opportunities for qualified students with disabilities, in accordance with state and federal laws.

What is AIM?

AIM is a confidential database that helps track student information and implementation of accommodation services. Each student registered with Access Services will have a student profile inside AIM. Inside your profile, students can sign Agreement Forms, upload disability documentation, request and renew accommodations each quarter, view the Message Center and more.

Reasonable Deadline Extension Accommodation Guidelines

  

Reasonable Flexibility in Attendance or Disability-Related Attendance Guidelines

 

 Memory Aid/Note Card Accommodation Guidelines

 

Assistive Technology Available to Access Services Students

This document is meant to be a starting point to research Assistive Technology tools. If you’re registered with Access Services or a prospective Access Services student, the Assistive Technology & Accommodations Assistive Technology Coordinator welcomes you to meet, talk and discover what tools best fit your strengths and challenges. Contact Access Services at 360-504-6357 or at access@tacomacc.edu to schedule a time to meet. For all other students or individuals who visit, we hope this website serves as a starting point for researching and finding tools and programs that best fit the tasks you need to complete. 

Assistive Technology Available to access services students (.docx)

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