Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) prohibits discrimination against any qualified person regardless of his or her disability. The College strives to create a welcoming environment and will work in good faith to meet the needs of all populations. All reasonable and appropriate accommodations for qualified disabled students, applications, or employees, will be met unless to do so would present an undue hardship to the College.

To request accommodations, students with disabilities should provide documentation of the disability to the ADA Coordinator on their campus. The documentation should address the specific accommodation and should be dated within three (3) years of the enrollment date. Once the documentation is filed with the ADA Coordinator, the student’s instructors will be notified of the requested accommodation. Students should update their information with the ADA Coordinator by the courses for which they are seeking accommodations each semester.

ADA Coordinators

Ms. Lakieshia Barnett
Opelika Campus
(334) 745-6437 ext. 5345

Ms. Angela Jones
Wadley Campus
(256) 395-2211 ext. 5107

Ms. Sandra Hughley
Valley Campus
(256) 395-2211 ext. 5102