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Hours: Monday-Friday
8am - 5pm
Phone: 831.479.6379
Fax: 831.479.6393
TTY: 831.479.6421
(for hearing impaired)
Location: Outside Room 1073,
Upstairs behind the library in The Hub.
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The Accessibility Support Center provides services, accommodations and academic support for students with disabilities and learning differences to help the student achieve academic, vocational, and personal success at Cabrillo College.  


Assistive Technology is hardware or software designed to make it possible for a person to access computer technology who otherwise would not be able to or who would be severely limited.


Our counseling philosophy is to empower students to be successful in obtaining their educational goals. We believe that by providing necessary support to students with their academic course work and facilitating the effective use of tools to manage personal problems students will be successful in attaining their academic, vocational, and personal goals at Cabrillo. Phone 831-479-6370 or 831-479-6379.

Learning Skills Support

Learning Skills Support is designed to serve students with learning disabilities (LD) and attention deficit disorder (ADHD). These challenges can affect classroom performance, making it difficult for students to succeed without classroom accommodations, specific compensatory techniques, specialized instruction, and/or support services. Many of the students in our program utilize accommodations and services which include: extended time on tests in a less distracting environment, note takers, priority registration, assistance with class scheduling, specialized computer applications, tutoring, and counseling from ASC counselors.With the assistance offered by our program, students successfully fulfill their personal academic goals, complete their degree or certificates, or transfer to universities.We offer learning disability assessments to determine eligibility for our services. Students who have ADHD, or have previously received services because of a learning disability, should bring their supporting documentation to the ASC Office.

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