Center for Accessibility and Neurodiversity

Academic accommodations for students with any type of learning difference are available through the office of Center for Accessibility and Neurodiversity, located in C-211. Students must request academic accommodations.  Eligibility for those accommodations will be determined through documentation and/or supporting evidence review.  Accommodations are determined on a case-by case basis, via the interactive process, based on individual need and course expectations.

Transitional Services

  • Coordination with high school and/or previous college or agency when requested
  • Assistance with college transition steps. College visits and informational sessions can be coordinated with area high schools.
  • Testing accommodations for IVCC's placement testing

Academic Accommodations

  • Testing accommodations
  • Note taking services
  • Scribes
  • Assistive technology
  • Alternate text format
  • Sign language interpreters
  • Additional services based on individual student need

Support Services

  • Individual study assistance/guidance
  • Check-in appointments and academic coaching
  • Campus-wide learning resource referrals

Information regarding documentation guidelines and forms, initially acquiring services, and accommodation processes for current students can be found at