- To apply for Accessibility Services please Click Here & Login to the Application Using Your CCM Credentials. If you do not have a CCM email address yet, Click Here to Complete the Application.
- To request Accommodation Letters (current students only) Click Here
- To Login to the Online Access Portal (current students only) Click Here & Login Using Your CCM Credentials
The office of Accessibility Services works to both determine and document through an interactive collaborative intake process with the qualifying student, which reasonable accommodations may be appropriate for the student to utilize in their classes. Accommodations are designed to meet the needs of an individual student with a disability to provide equal access to college classes and services. Students receive services and accommodations while completing regular course offerings, and all students are held to the same academic standards of the college. Accommodations are granted in accordance with the policies underlying Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the American with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 and ADA Amended Acts (ADAAA) of 2010.
For answers to general questions, to review documentation, or to schedule an intake meeting, please send an email to ASO@ccm.edu or leave a voicemail at 973-328-5284. A member of the ASO staff will get back to you as soon as possible.Â
Strategies Tutoring Group Sessions via Zoom
â€śTransitioning to College & CCM: Navigation Strategiesâ€ť
- Monday, September 27thÂ 2-4 pmÂ Â Â
- Tuesday, September 28thÂ 1-3 pm
Starting the journey as a new college student is both exciting and scary. College brings new opportunities for growth and independence, but it also brings a greater sense of personal responsibility and accountability. You have many questions: â€śWill I be able to do the course work?Â My professorâ€™s lectures are confusing, and Iâ€™m having trouble using Blackboard. Will I make new friends? College is supposed to be the best time in your lifeâ€”will I be able to say that?â€ť
This informal workshop will address these questions and more, providing a place to share your concerns and to consider solutions as new college students. Join your fellow ASO students, as we discuss navigation strategies designed to bypass the inevitable road bumps and detours of this marvelous college journey.
2. “Starting Strong: Setting Goals that Lead to Success”
- Tuesday, October 5thÂ 2-4 pm
- Â Wednesday, October 6thÂ 1-3 pm
Have you heard this before? ” The first step toward getting somewhere is to decide that you are not going to stay where you are.”Â Moving forward means setting goals –creating a plan–a flexible, yet structured map to achieve your dreams. The beginning of a new semester is a perfect time to get organized and write down this plan.
Join your fellow ASO students, as we consider our life dreams and figure out how to write achievable goals that support our short term and long-term aspirations. There is a better, more effective way to write goals and you’ll be putting that strategy into practice at this informal workshop.
Meeting ID: 968 209 6909