Citrus College seeks to make all programs and services, including electronic and information technology accessible to people with disabilities. To this end, this web site is a resource for determining accessibility and related accommodations.
The California Community College Chancellor's office has charged all community colleges to be responsible, under federal law, for ensuring response to requests for alternate media and has developed the following guidelines:
Guidelines for Producing Instructional and Other Printed Materials in Alternate Media for Persons with Disabilities
Distance Education: Access Guidelines for Students with Disabilities
Meeting accessibility standards is the goal of the college district, while at the same time ensuring student success through translating equal access into usable access. Abled and disabled students use a variety of methods to access instructional material. The DPS&S department and the district will work with students to discover prudent methods of access.
- Resources for general access and accommodations:
- Adaptive equipment available Citrus College
ADA Standards for Accessible Design
U.S. Access Board