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Welcome to Student Accessibility Services (SAS), formerly Disabled Student Programs and Services. Our philosophy and mission is to ensure an accessible and welcoming environment for individuals with documented disabilities while ensuring compliance with federal and state regulations. SAS at College of Marin provides equal access to education to students with a wide range of permanent and temporary disabilities including learning disabilities, chronic health conditions, psychological disabilities, acquired brain injuries as well as mobility, vision, and hearing impairments.

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New Office Hours and Locations

Kentfield Campus

Learning Resources Center, LC 40, First Floor
Monday through Thursday from 8:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m.
Friday from 9:45 a.m. until 4:30 p.m.
Or by prescheduled appointment.

Indian Valley Campus

Building 27, Room 104
By prescheduled appointment only. 


Tel: 415.485.9406, Fax: 415.457.4791
Email: sas@marin.edu

 

All continuing SAS students must request accommodations in advance of each semester.  All continuing students must also meet with their counselor at least once each semester.

Please be advised that all testing services require five (5) to seven (7) working days’ advance notice from the exam date. Our resources page has more information here.


In order to provide you with the timely services, please submit any furniture or interpreting requests to our office before the start of each semester.


Please, take a minute and use the navigation on the left to browse all of our available resources online or click this link to get started.



Student Accessibility Services (SAS) Website

Technical Contact: Elle Dimopoulos, SAS Assistive Tech Specialist
Content Responsible: Derek Levy, Dean of Student Success