Beeville CampusMiguel AguilarSpecial Needs Coordinator(361) 354-2838, ext. 2728Alice SiteTBAStudent Development Specialist(361) 664-2981 ext. 3025Kingsville SiteTBAStudent Development Specialist(361) 592-1615 ext. 4077Pleasanton SiteAngelica GonzalesStudent Development Specialist(830) 569-4222 ext. 1203
Forms Accommodations Request Form-New Students
Accommodations Renewal FormAccommodations Cancellation FormTemporary DisabilitiesRequest for Temporary DisabilitiesStudent ResourcesHigh School vs. College AccommodationsStudent Script:: How to Discuss Accommodations with Instructor
Faculty Resources Accommodations Letter to Instructor Example
Financial Resources by DisabilityScholarships for Students with Disabilities
Compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and Section 504 of
the Vocational Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Coastal Bend College prohibits
discrimination on the basis of disability by public entities and protects
qualified individuals with disabilities from discrimination of services,
programs, or activities by providing equal educational access. Students who are interested in receiving academic accommodations must follow the Accommodations Request Process. Disability Services are available to all qualified students attending Coastal Bend College. If you would like more information please contact the Special Needs Coordinator or visit your nearest CBC Location.
Accommodation's Request Process
out and submit the Accommodations Request Form to the nearest CBC location or email Disability@CoastalBend.edu
2. Submit appropriate
medical documentation from a licensed professional such as: medical doctor,
psychologist, psychiatrist, etc.
**Individualized Education Plan (IEP's), 504
plans, and Summary of Performance (SOP's) provide information about the
student’s educational and accommodation history. Some of the information may be
irrelevant in the post-secondary context therefore, additional documentation
may be required. All documentation submitted must be no more than five years old.
**Medical documentation must:
information regarding the student's specific disability.
functional limitations (In an educational setting.)
the evaluator’s credentials (License, Specialization, etc.)
3. You will be asked
to schedule an appointment with the Disability Coordinator to discuss accommodations
4. After academic
accommodations have been discussed, a letter will be given to the student and
instructor with the approved services for the semester.
1. Fill out and submit the Accommodations Request Form for returning students available online or at your nearest CBC location along with your class schedule.
2. Provide any updated documentation of your disability.
3. If there will be any changes in your accommodations, please contact the Disability Services Office to discuss them.
4. Pick up letters of Accommodation and deliver them to your instructors.
*** It is your responsibility as a student to renew your academic accommodations each semester. ***