• Miguel Pic

    Miguel Aguilar

    Career Development and Special Needs Coordinator

  • Accommodations Forms

    New Students

     

    Returning Students

     


  • Resources

     

  • Special Needs Services  

    Welcome   

    Special needs counselors and advisors located in Alice, Beeville, Kingsville, and Pleasanton are sensitive to students' needs and available to help determine accommodations and services. 

  • Special Needs Services

    When appropriate the counselors and advisors may: 

    serve as liaison between students and faculty by coordinating reasonable accommodations,

    coordinating appropriate alternative testing accommodations including extended testing time, quiet test site, oral testing, etc., 

    recruit and train readers, tutors, note takers, and interpreters,

    provide NCR (carbonless) paper for note taking,

    provide assistance in obtaining information for tape and large print books, 

    provide access to assistive devices including tape recorders,

    assist with special orientation sessions and registration,

    serve as liaison between students and faculty by coordinating reasonable accommodations,

    assist students in obtaining CBC housing (Beeville campus) information or special parking permits, provide student tutors or mentors for eligible students in technical programs,

    provide educational, career, personal counseling support.


  • For additional information please contact your local CBC Counseling Office:

    Alice| 361.664.2981

    Beeville|361.354.2266  

    Kingsville| 361.592.1615

    Pleasanton| 830.569.4222


     

  • Students should follow these steps to request assistance and services: 

        All new students should contact a CBC Counselor or Advisor. Students must submit recent documentation (no more than five (5) years old) from a licensed professional, public school, or state agency describing needs and recommended accommodations.  
       
      Students must submit a course schedule at the beginning of each semester to a counselor.
       
      Students must meet or correspond with a special needs counselor or advisor to establish services for each semester.