Welcome to Student Accessibility Services (SAS), a resource for students with varying disabilities and differences seeking support with their academics and extra-curricular opportunities. Unlike high school, post-secondary students must self-disclose their disability to receive accommodation.
It is our philosophy that disability is a form of diversity, and it is our mission to ensure that we are providing equal educational opportunities for students with disabilities. SAS supports a diverse range of students with disabilities--some of our students include learners on the autism spectrum, those with learning disabilities, people living with mental health conditions, individuals who are blind or Deaf, and students living with chronic health conditions. SAS also works with RCC faculty and staff to support them in their work in creating an inclusive learning environment for all students with disabilities.
For placement exams in the enrollment process, please follow the linked information on the disability accommodation eligibility and intake process: