Office of the General Counsel
The Los Rios Community College District and its colleges are committed to ensuring that all of our students, including those with disabilities, are able to participate in and enjoy the benefits, activities, programs, and services of the District and its colleges. For students with disabilities, the colleges are committed to providing the appropriate academic adjustments that do not affect the fundamental nature of the educational programs through our DSPS Offices.
Any student with a disability who needs a Service Animal to participate in and benefit from District and College services, programs, and activities may use the service animal on District/College property. Information and an optional registration form is available below.
At each college, students with disabilities should engage the services of the DSPS Office, whose information is below.
|ARC||ARC DSPS Website||North Entrance of Student Services||(916) 484-8382|
|CRC||CRC DSPS Website||BS-104||(916) 691-7275|
|FLC Main Campus||FLC DSPS Website||Aspen Hall, FL1-36||(916) 608-6611|
|El Dorado Center||None||B-121||(530) 642-5630|
|SCC||SCC DSPS Website||Student Services||(916) 558-2087|
The District and its Colleges are also dedicated to ensuring that all of our employees can perform the essential functions of their jobs. The District and its Colleges are committed to their obligations under the Fair Employment and Housing Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act to engage in the interactive process with qualified persons with disabilities to determine if the employees can perform the essential functions of their jobs with or without reasonable accommodations. From that dialog, the District and its Colleges seek to find reasonable accommodations that will allow employees to perform the essential functions of their jobs.
Any employee with a disability who needs a Service Animal to participate in and benefit from District and College services, programs, and activities may use the service animal on District/College property. Information and an optional registration form is available below.
At the District Office and at each College, employees with disabilities should contact the ADA/504 Officers, whose information is below.
|ARC||Parrish Geary||Administration Building||(916) email@example.com|
|CRC||Cory Wathen||Administration Building||(916) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|FLC||Melissa Williams||Campus Services||(916) email@example.com|
|SCC||Julia Jolly||Rodda Hall North||(916) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|District Office||Vince Montoya (504)||Facilities Management||(916) email@example.com|
|District Office||Susan Slager (ADA)||Human Resources||(916) firstname.lastname@example.org|
It is the District's policy to ensure that all ADA-compliant building entry doors function as intended. If any door is deemed inoperable, the District has an established and publicized policy for addressing the matter.