Seabird College and Adult Education are committed to providing a safe, inclusive and accessible environment for students with disabilities. A disability may include any long-term or recurring mobility, hearing, visual or learning disability as well as a mental or physical condition that affects learning.
Through our system of supports provided by instructors, the Student Support Worker and other services we will work with you to remove barriers. This includes reading and language, interpreting, counseling, tutoring, alternative formats for printed materials, and alternative test/exam arrangements.
It is recommended that when you register that you provide information and any diagnosis of disability. This will enable us to develop an individualized learning plan for you. In order to obtain specific exam accommodations you must provide documentation. Please contact our office for more information and support.