The Office of Disability Services
The Office of Disability Services at Trenholm State Community College is a student-centered, nurturing unit serving as the central campus resource for students who wish to request academic accommodations. In collaboration with students and instructors, our staff coordinate accommodations and support to ensure that students have equal access to an education, campus resources and activities. Trenholm State Community College ensures compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and students seeking accommodations on the basis of disability are required to submit documentation of their disability to the Office of Disability Services. The Office of Disability Services is responsible for determining the acceptability of documentation and reserves the right to require additional information.
Students with disabilities may be eligible for services such as extended time to complete tests, use of assistive technology, tutoring, and individualized registration assistance. The College also has an ongoing partnership with state and private rehabilitation agencies, as well as with a variety of counseling service and outreach agencies to assist students with disability support services.
For information about accommodations and assistive technologies available to students with disabilities, please contact the ADA Coordinator by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. or by phone at (334)420-4418.
A Telecommunications Device for the Deaf (TDD/TTY) is available for hearing-impaired individuals and may be accessed through the Office of Admissions on both campuses.
NeoEd Online Recruitment/Job Application System
Trenholm State has implemented a new online recruitment/job application management system. NeoEd is the nation’s largest cloud-based talent management software provider for the public sector and higher education. The new system replaces the College’s paper application process.
All job seekers must create an online profile and submit their applications via the online job vacancy link on the Human Resources webpage. We will no longer accept faxed, e-mailed, or paper applications.
The online system allows job seekers to:
- Search and apply for positions 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
- Apply from any location with Internet access
- Get live help from NeoEd Customer Support Monday through Friday, 6 am to 5 pm CT
- Apply for several jobs without re-entering application information
- Check the status of their applications at any time
- Receive notice when positions of interest become available
- To review presented documentation of disabilities
- To establish that students are eligible for disability services
- To determine reasonable accommodations
- To provide support and advocacy for students
If you have a disability and are requesting academic accommodations, you will need to complete each of the following steps:
- Review the Voluntary Disclosure of Disability/Academic Accommodations Request Form.
- Review the Documentation Guidelines.
- Gather Your Documentation that will support your request for accommodations.
- Complete and Submit the Voluntary Disclosure of Disability/Academic Accommodations Request Form. You must upload your disability documentation and a copy of your class schedule while submitting your application.
- Check your Trenholm State Email account for updates on your accommodations request.
- Schedule an Appointment with the ADA Coordinator to discuss the accommodations process/approved accommodations. Approved accommodations will be sent to the student. Accommodations are not retroactive.
- Talk with Your Instructor about your approved accommodations.
Any questions or concerns about the ADA Accommodations process should be sent to the ADA Coordinator by email at email@example.com
The Office of Disability Services requires that all students requesting services provide thorough documentation of their disability from a qualified professional. Disability documentation should be current and relevant. A copy of the student’s IEP or 504 plan from high school is not sufficient documentation.
It is highly suggested that you keep your own personal copy of the documentation you submit to the Office of Disability Services. The Office of Disability Services does not release copies of documentation back to the student or send documentation to other institutions.
Please access the links below to view important documentation guidelines.
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