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 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.
Veterans 9/line Program
The 9/line program is a collaboration between the Veterans Education and Transitional Support Program and ACCESS, which provides Veterans academic accommodations and support services. Please visit the 9/line webpage for more information.
*To use an electronic form: Please click on the form to open, download and save the form to your device, fill it out and save it again to your device.
New students will need to complete all four forms listed below. Please print the Disability Verification Form and have a doctor or other professional sign it. After the disability verification form has been completed by your doctor, you may email it to ACCESS@barstow.edu for review. Any IEP, Veterans Rating, Regional Center, Department of Rehabilitation, or other medical documentation may substitute the disability verification form provided.