Services for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students
Deaf and hard-of-hearing students are very much a part of campus life at BCC. The Program for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students at BCC provides total access for deaf and hard-of-hearing students and members of the community to all programs and activities at the college.
Students with Disabilities
BCC is committed to providing students with access to the programs the college offers. To accomplish this, the Student Support Services Program and the Learning Assistance Center provide special services such as note-takers, readers, interpreters, adaptive testing, academic advisement, tutors, and counselors for students with disabilities. Access to buildings, classrooms, elevators, and locker space, is also arranged.Services for students with disabilities also include use of adaptive educational equipment, taped texts, and the TTY campus phone system for the hearing impaired. A range of services exists for students with learning disabilities.
Deafness or Hearing Loss
Students requesting accommodations on the basis of deafness or hearing loss must provide documentation consisting of: