Disability Services

UACCB provides reasonable accommodations and services to students qualifying for such services under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Vocational Rehabilitation Act.

Request for Disability Services

Students must notify instructors and contact the Career and Disability Services Coordinator EACH semester they wish to receive accommodations.  We encourage students to contact instructors prior to each semester or as soon as possible during office hours to discuss such matters in confidence.

Becky Warren
Career and Disability Services
Main Classroom Building, Office 233B
(870) 612-2013

Disability Support

  • Eligible candidates who provide appropriate documentation for disabiity support services include current UACCB students and those individuals taking college placement tests administered by UACCB personnel.
  • Appropriate documentation to support the existence of a disability may include an IEP from a secondary school, a 504 Plan from a secondary school, a comprehensive vocational rehabilitation; agency evaluation, a psychological evaluation, or a medical evaluation.
  • Students requesting accomodations that require time to arrange should register with the Career and Disability Services office a minimum of ten business days prior to the start of each semester to ensure accommodations are available by the first day of classes.  Examples of this include, but are not limited to, texts in alternate formats and Daisy audio players. Some accommodations, such as sign language interpreters, may need more than ten days to arrange.
  • Students eligible for assistive technology equipment must complete the appropriate checkout form upon receipt of the item and return the item at the conclusion of each semester. Failure to do so may result in a "hold" or charge being placed on the student's account which may affect future registration and access to grades and transcripts.
  • Instructors will provide student accommodations only after they have received a current Faculty Accommodation Letter from the student.
  • Students may be asked to show identification (student ID or driver's license) before taking an exam.
  • Personal belongings (cell phones, purses, book bags, etc) are not permitted in private testing areas and students are encouraged to leave these items at home or in an alternate location.
  • Accommodated tests will be given on the same date and time as they are given in class unless approval is provided by the instructor to do otherwise.
  • Should cheating occur, the test will be confiscated and the incident reported immediately to the instructor.

Equal Opportunity

UACCB is committed to the elimination of all discrimination based on race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, or disability. The College seeks to comply with all federal, state, and local statutes, regulations, and orders, including those that promote equal protection and equal opportunities for students, employees, and applicants.

Anyone with questions regarding this policy may contact the Director of Student Development, the Personnel Officer, or the Vice Chancellor of Student Services and Enrollment Management by calling (870) 612-2000 or in writing to University of Arkansas Community College at Batesville, P.O. Box 3350, Batesville, Arkansas, 72503-3350.

Disability Services Compliance

Anyone with concerns regarding their accommodations for a disability should contact the Director of Student Development by calling 870-612-2013 or in person at the Main Classroom Building, room 233A.