Want To Get Started?
The first step for any student new to Student Accessibility Services (SAS) at the College of Marin (COM) is to schedule and attend a new student intake orientation meeting. During this orientation our welcoming counseling staff will discuss your individual assessment needs, review all the relevant support services, explain SAS policies and procedures and any other information we need to better assist you in achieving your educational goals. These intake appointments are open to incoming students who are new to the College of Marin, continuing students who are not yet receiving services from SAS as well as individuals who are considering enrolling at College of Marin.
Contact us by phone at 415.485.9406 or by email at email@example.com to make your appointment today.
When making your appointment, please indicate if you will need accommodations during the appointment such as a reader, writer or an interpreter for the Deaf.
Additionally, if you have a written verification of disability or you have an Individual Education Plan (IEP) from high school, not over three years old, please bring it to your first appointment.
Our friendly front desk and counseling staff are here to answer any questions you might have about eligibility and services. We are located on the second floor of the Learning Resources Center in between the Writing Center and the Media Lab. Come on in and say hello or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Looking For E-text Forms?
Download the e-text request form here and email it to our specialist, Mary Sage at email@example.com or print it out and return it to the SAS office in LC115. Please contact our staff if you have any questions about eligibility requirements, turn around times or computer requirements.
Seeking Help with Assistive Technology?
Watch a quick one minute video on how to get started with Firefly using your web browser.
Watch this space for more videos... coming soon.
Need Study Skills Resources?
Download the student success resource and study skills guide.
Not all of these methods will apply to you so pick and choose what works best with your learning style. Don't know your learning style? Come in to the SAS office in LC 115 to see a counselor or make an appointment, today.
Student Accessibility Services (SAS) Website