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The mission of Blue Ridge Community College Disability Services is to provide reasonable accommodations and support for students with disabilities intended to facilitate equal access to postsecondary programs, courses, and college-sponsored events.

Who is eligible for our services?

According to The Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the 1990 Americans with Disabilities Act, a student with a disability is someone who has a physical or mental impairment; has a history of impairment; or is believed to have a disability that substantially limits a major life activity such as learning, speaking, seeing, hearing, breathing, walking, caring for one’s self, or performing manual tasks. Documentation of a diagnosed disability is required for eligibility to services.

I may have a disability but I have not been diagnosed, how can I get evaluated?

Evaluation Information

What documents do I need to register with Disability Services?

Documentation Requirements

How do I register with Disability Services?

1. If you have not already done so, complete a BRCC Admissions Application.

BRCC Application                         

2. Complete and submit the Disability Services Intake Form. Have your documentation ready, as you will be asked to upload it using a secure link to complete the form.

Disability Services In-Take Form       

3. Once you have submitted your documentation please allow up to 7 days for review. You will then be contacted by Disability Services via email to schedule a one hour appointment and complete the process. 

I am already registered with Disability Services. How do I request Letters of Accommodation for this semester?

If you have previously registered with Disability Services and need to request Letters of Accommodation for your current classes, follow the link below.  You will need to be logged in to your VCCS account to use this link.

Request Letters of Accommodation