Student Accessibility Services

The Student Accessibility Office is located at the Singal Peak Campus. Students (current, incoming, or potential), faculty, and staff are invited to speak with a SAS specialist for more information about accommodations. Academic accommodations may be provided to Central Arizona College students who have registered with the Student Accessibility Department and have appropriate documentation.

Request accommodations


Student Accessibility Services Office located at
8470 N. Overfield Rd. Building M. Coolidge, AZ 85128

SAS Intake Form (PDF)


Email Documentation of Disability to the department. Documentation should come from a qualified professional and identify the disability and outline the impact on the student’s learning. **It is the student’s responsibility to obtain documentation. The Student Accessibility Services department does not request information on the student’s behalf.

All documentation will be kept confidential

Once documentation is received, the department will schedule a virtual appointment. Accommodations may be made for students who cannot participate in a virtual meeting.
The Student Accessibility Services department will determine the most compatible services, based upon student need, in accordance to section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act and the American’s with Disabilities Act.
Services will be documented in a student Accommodation Plan. This plan can be revised and revisited, based upon student need.

Support is available for students with:

  • -Specific Learning Disabilities,
  • -Physical Disabilities,
  • -Vision, Speech, and/or Hearing Impairments,
  • -Cognitive, Neurological, and/or Psychological impairments,
  • -Other medical conditions not listed above that are documented by a qualified professional and present a barrier to the student’s education,
  • -Temporary medical illness or injury,
  • -Pregnancy

Student Accessibility Services may include, but are not limited to:

  • -A quiet testing environment
  • -Text-to-speech transcription
  • -Adaptive equipment and materials
  • -Extended time for testing
  • -Electronic recording/Note-Taking Services
  • -Referral to and coordination with other appropriate local, state, or federal agencies
  • -Sign language interpreters

Difficulty in Accessing the CAC Website

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Student Accessibility Additional Guides