Saint Paul College values diversity in our college community and is committed to ensuring equal access and opportunity to all qualified students with physical, learning or psychological disabilities.
Our Office of Disability Services assists students, and College faculty and staff to provide access to our programs, services and activities.
Students with disabilities seeking services are required to submit appropriate documentation of their disability and meet with the Coordinator of Disability Services.
The Office of Disability Services provides accommodations for a variety of disabilities including, but not limited to:
- learning disabilities
- hearing losses
- vision losses
- physical disabilities
- psychological disabilities
- attention deficit disorders
- brain injuries
- autism spectrum disorders
- cognitive disabilities
- other health related disabilities
Accommodations are determined on a case-by-case basis. Examples of Accommodations are:
- Alternative testing (i.e. extended time, alternate format and/or location)
- Note taking
- Organization or time management assistance
- Assistance with course selection and registration
- Support for coping with a disability in college
- Assistance with faculty contacts
- Alternative format of textbooks and course materials
- ASL interpreting/transliterating
- Additional accommodations for placement testing
- Other reasonable accommodations
For more information regarding Disability Services at Saint Paul College please contact Caidin Riley, Coordinator of Disability Services at Caidin Riley or 651.846.1547. For TTY Communication, contact the Minnesota Relay Service at 7-1-1 or 1.800.627.3529.