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Welcome to Disability Resources for Students (DRS)! We look forward to meeting you and providing you with exemplary services.  

Every quarter we assist qualified students with a wide variety of disabilities by identifying and coordinating reasonable accommodations for equal access to academic programs and activities.

You are welcome to visit DRS at any time during your enrollment at Clover Park; however, it is recommended that you come to our office once you have registered for classes to discuss services and academic accommodations.

More info on accommodations visit the Disabilities| Accommodations page

To apply for accommodations visit the Disabilities| Student page

State Disability Resources

Hearing, Speech & Deafness Center

Learning Disability Association of Washington

Washington Access Fund

Washington Assistive Technology Act Program

Washington State Department of Services for the Blind (DSB)

Washington State Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR)

Washington State Behavioral Health Administration

Employment Resources

Many work-based experiences or internship opportunities are available for students with disabilities. Below is a list of various resources for prospective and current college students with disabilities.

Visit the Career & Community Services for help with employment & career goals. 

Americans with Disability Act (ADA)

Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973

Department of Labor, Section 504, Rehabilitation Act of 1973 Website

CPTC Procedure and Policy regarding DRS

More info for CPTC Policy and Procedures for reasonable accommodations visit our  Policies & Procedures Website

Please refer to Chapter 5-Student Services, Section 5.7 Reasonable Accommodations for Students with Disabilities Under ADA/504.

CPTC Non-Discrimination Policy

Service Animals

Service Animal Policy

Disability Resources

Building 17, Room 103A
Deaf and HOH please call Washington Relay Services at 711

Our Mission

DRS works with qualified students with disabilities in a safe and respectful environment to identify and develop reasonable classroom accommodations; to ensure equal opportunity and access of academic and professional goals; and to promote an accessible community where students with disabilities have equal opportunity to participate in college programs and activities

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