Students Rights & Responsibilities



    Copper Mountain College District provides educational services and access for students with documented disabilities who intend to pursue coursework at Copper Mountain College. A variety of programs and services are available which afford students with disabilities the opportunity to participate fully in all aspects of college programs and activities through appropriate and reasonable accommodations.


    RIGHTS

    My participation in ACCESS (Disabled Student Programs & Services) shall be entirely voluntary.

    Receiving support services or instruction through ACCESS shall not prevent me from participating in any other course, program or activity offered by the college or from receiving basic accommodations required by state and federal law.

    I have been provided with a copy of ACCESS Student Handbook (policies & procedures).

    All records maintained by ACCESS personnel pertaining to my disability (ies) shall be protected from disclosure and shall be subject to all other requirements for handling of student records.

    NOTE: Authorities cited: Title 5 C.C.R. Section 56000 et seq., Education Code Sections 6670, 67310-37312, 70901, 84850.


    RESPONSIBILITIES

    I will provide ACCESS with the necessary information, documentation, and/or forms (medical, educational, etc.) to verify my disability.

    I will meet with a ACCESS Coordinator/Counselor to complete a Student Educational Contract (SEC) and meet with a ACCESS Coordinator/Counselor once per semester to update the Student Educational Contract and other permanent information as needed.

    I will utilize ACCESS services in a responsible manner. I understand that ACCESS uses written service provision policies and procedures which must be adhered to for continuation of specialized services.

    I will comply with the Student Code of Conduct adopted by the college.

    I must demonstrate measurable progress towards the goals established in my Student Educational Contract (SEC).