Greensboro College

Name of Disability Service Office: The Office of Academic Accessibility/Disability Services

Description of Services:

The primary mission of the Office of Accessibility at Greensboro College is to provide ongoing, comprehensive support to students in the form of academic advisement, coaching and tutoring. Additionally, the office will serve as advocates for students with disabilities and promote awareness of disability issues campus wide. Through these services, our goals are to facilitate wellness and academic success for all students. For students with disabilities, this includes assistance in the development of self-awareness, self-advocacy and independent learning skills necessary for each student to thrive intellectually, spiritually and professionally. Support ServicesGreensboro College provides a wide variety of support services to students with documented disabilities. These services include but are not limited to:Special section of First Year Seminar course focusing on self-awareness, self-advocacy, time management, strategies instruction and other coping mechanisms needed for college success; Individual coaching and consultation services; Individualized instruction in study skills; Access to assistive technology; Referral for testing services; Academic advising for first year freshmen; Development and implementation of an individual 504 plan outlining classroom accommodation needs; housing accommodations

Contact: Georgieann Bogdan
Phone: 336-272-7102, Ext. 5591


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