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Services

Chaffey College DPS is a support system designed to help maximize students' success in reaching their academic goals. The main goal of the program is to provide academic support services and/or instruction leading to mainstreaming academically or vocationally.


Counseling Services
  • Academic / vocational counseling– DPS provides disability-appropriate suggestions for class and career choices.
  • Educational evaluations – DPS can evaluate students for inclusion in the learning disability program.
  • Liaison and referral service– DPS can assist students in making connections to campus and community services for persons with disabilities.
  • Prescriptive learning plans – Students enrolled in the DPS instructional programs will have learning plans created which are designed to assist the student in reaching his/her goals.

Instructional Services
  • Alternate Media (E-text)
  • Assistive Technology
  • Campus Orientation – DPS can provide assistance to students in locating campus facilities independently.
  • Video Captioning Service
  • Sign Language Interpreter Service– DPS will provide classroom interpreters for hearing impaired DPS students who can communicate using American Sign Language.
  • Note Taker Service – When appropriate DPS will provide note taking assistance in classrooms when appropriate.
  • Priority Book Buy – A day is set aside to assist students with disabilities purchase their textbooks from the bookstore.
  • Priority Registration – Students with disabilities who are part of DPS can qualify for priority registration so that they can register for classes that fit best with their limitations.
  • Registration Assistance– DPS will assist students is selecting classes that are most appropriate for the students’ abilities and limitations.
  • Reader/Writer Service– DPS can provide readers and/or writers on test for students whose disability causes reading and/or writing difficulties.
  • Taping Lectures– You are required to ask the instructor's permission before taping anything in the classroom (lecture or lab).
  • Test Taking Facilitation– Students with disabilities may qualify for test accommodations which could include such things as extended time on the test, alternative test formats (Braille, etc.), reading assistance, writing assistance, etc.

Transportation Services
  • Adapted Parking– DPS can assist qualified students in getting permission to park in designated parking spaces reserved for those with mobility issues.
  • On-Campus Transportation

Career Preparation Services
Learning Development Center (LDC)
  • Career Exploration – Students who are enrolled in the DPS job search program will be assisted in finding career appropriate to their disability.
  • Job Seeking Skills – DPS has a program that assists students learn job search techniques.
  • Applications – DPS can assist students who are a part of their job search program to complete job applications.
  • Resume Writing – The DPS job search program assists students with creation of appropriate resumes.
  • Interviewing Techniques – The DPS job search program assists students to learn interview techniques for job search.
  • Career Preparation – A DPS program assists students in selecting careers appropriate for their disabilities.
  • Vocational Skills Training – A limited amount of job training is provided by the DPS job search program.
  • Job Club – DPS has a job club where students with disabilities can compare experiences on jobs and search for solutions to problems encountered on jobs.
  • Job Retention – When DPS finds students jobs through their job search program, they provide support designed to assist the student to retain that job.

Service Suspension / Termination

Qualified students will continue to receive services as long as they adhere to their Student Responsibilities agreement. If a student violates the agreement, the Suspension and/or Termination of Services Procedure will be followed.





909/652-6379
909/652-6393 - TTY
909/652-6385 - FAX

Campus Center East
Room 14


Monday
7:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Friday
7:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

SUMMER HOURS
(JUNE & JULY)
Monday–Thursday
7:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Friday
Closed


Rev. 6/23/14


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