- Accessibility Services
- Instructions, Forms & Policies
- Tips & Resources
- Standardized Testing Accommodations (TEAS, CBEST, etc.)
- Faculty & Staff Accommodations
- Our Programs and Contact Information
- Making A University Event Accessible
- Accessible Transportation
- Complaint Resolution Process
Tips and Resources for Students
If you have not yet met with one of our accessibility counselors and would like more information about our services, please go to our New Students page. Whether you're a newly-admitted or continuing student, there are many resources on and off campus that can assist you. Below is a list of those resources.
Online Accommodations & Instruction
Applying & Newly-Admitted Students
- Admissions | (510) 885-2784
- After You Have Been Accepted | (510) 885-2784
- Registering for Classes | (510) 885-2784
- Early Start Program | (510) 885-3910
- Guide for Incoming Freshmen | (510) 885-2941
- Advising for New Transfers | (510) 885-3657
- Advising for Continuing Students | (510) 885-3621
Financial Aid & Scholarships
- Financial Aid Information | (510) 885-2784
- General Scholarship Information | (510) 885-2784
- Disability-Related Scholarship Information | (888) 972-3648
- Veterans Benefits | (510) 885-3669 | Coordinator: Deborah Hansana
- Tutoring for English and Math: SCAA | (510) 885-3674 | Location: Library Second Floor
- Health & Counseling Services | (510) 885-3735 (Also for after-hours psychiatric care)
- Learning Disability Assessments | Classes for students who believe they might have a learning disability
- Department of Rehabilitation | For degree-seeking students with individualized services and plans to lead to meaningful employment.
- ADA Pacific Center | Provides education and technical assistance for both people with disabilities and the business community.
- Mental Health Association of Alameda County | Serves those with mental illness and their families with direct assistance and referrals.
- Community Resources for Independent Living | Services include housing assistance and independent living skills training.
- PEERS | Provides WRAP groups, Transitional Age Adult (16-24) support, peer support groups and peer partner programs.
- Ed Roberts Campus | Dedicated to disability rights and universal access.