The Accessibility Coordination Center and Educational Support Services (ACCESS) provides services for students with disabilities in compliance with both Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). We strive to eliminate the educational barrier unique to students with disabilities.
Eligibility: To be eligible for support services, auxiliary aids or instruction authorized under Title V, a student must have a disability that results in an educational limitation. This disability must be verified by a doctor, mental health professional, or previous school.
ACCESS also honors and provides educational support services for Veterans who have a rating. Provide a copy of your disability rating that mentions the nature of your disability to ACCESS in place of the provided disability verification form, which can be obtained through the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
All new students will need to complete the ACCESS intake form below and provide your verifying professional with the disability verification form.
Disability Verification Form (Print or forward to your doctor)
Hard copies of these forms are available at the ACCESS office.
Any of the following documentation may substitute the disability verification form provided.
- Any IEP
- Veterans Rating
- Regional Center documentation
- Department of Rehabilitation documentation
- Diagnosis from a psychiatrist
- Other medical documentation
After the verifying documentation has been obtained, please email documentation to ACCESS@barstow.edu or bring the information to our campus office for review.
Please contact ACCESS if you have any questions about these forms., we would be happy to assist.