Northwest State welcomes students from all backgrounds and understands that not everyone learns the same way. The NSCC Accessibility Services Office is here to help students who need special assistance to meet their educational goals.
Under the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504, a student with a disability may obtain assistance to help achieve educational goals. For those who are eligible, the office assists with:
- Extended time to complete tests
- Providing test readers
- Identifying note takers
- Procuring auditory books
- Other services as needed
Please explore the resources below, as well as the accessibility services section of the academic catalog, to learn more.
For more information on accommodations designed to help make education accessible, what qualifies as a service dog or service animal, or any other questions related to assistance for those who are disabled, please contact Cassie Rickenberg, advising center director, at 419.267.1334, crickenberg@NorthwestState.edu.
Planning for College
Transitioning to College
ADA Questions & Answers
Seven Essential Elements of Quality Disability Documentation
General Financial Aid Information
Service Animals: NSCC follows ADA requirements regarding students who wish to bring a service dog or service animal to campus.
Resources at NSCC
About the Office of Accessibility Services
Accessibility Services Brochure
NSCC Rights & Responsibilities-Students, Faculty & Staff
Transitioning from a Two-Year to a Four-Year College