DSPS Department- We are Here for You!
Limited On-Campus Services Will be Available Beginning August 16th
Out of care and concern for the health and safety of you and the entire campus community,
masks are required indoors, in addition, students will be required to provide proof
of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test to utilize DSPS in-person services.
For more information or directions on how to submit your vaccination record, please
SDCCD Covid-19 Information for Students Page.
On-Campus Services Will Include:
*DSPS Service Connections *Quick Counseling Questions *Test Proctoring (by appointment)
* HTC Lab (by reservation) *Student Computer Station for Remote Counseling Appointments
On- Campus & Remote Services Available C onnect With Us
If you are a current student who has received City DSPS services within the last year
and would like to request services please submit an appointment request.
Continuing Student Appointment
Additional ways to connect with us
By Phone: 619-800-2873
By Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
*Please include your
Full Name and Student ID Number in all correspondence.
DSPS Zoom Support
Have a quick question about DSPS or technology? Join us on our open Zoom line!
Fall Hours: (12:00 pm - 2:00 pm) Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday ( Closed Wednesday)
DSPS Zoom Support
Or Telephone: Dial: +1 669 900 6833 (US Toll) Meeting ID: 995 7794 5724
Are you in need of a Laptop or WiFi device?
City College has Chromebooks and WiFi Hotspots available for currently enrolled students,
please submit the form below to request a device.
City Chromebook Loaner Program
Returning a Device? Loaned Chromebook and/or Hotspots can be placed along with accessories (AC Adapter)
in a protective bag and gently depositing the gear into The Learning Resources Center's
Library Book Return slot anytime.
DSPS COVID-19 Statement
In light of the recent developments concerning COVID-19, and the college's transition
to remote instruction, we recognize that students may be feeling a bit overwhelmed.
We understand that the transition to remote learning methods might present various
levels of access barriers for students and we want you to know that DSPS at City College
remains committed to supporting your educational journey and providing equal educational
access for students with disabilities.
Access & Academic Accommodations for Remote Learning:DSPS Counselors authorize a variety of individualized accommodations to students in
both remote learning and physical on campus environments. Accommodations such as;
extended time on exams, priority registration, recording lectures, note-taking & test
taking strategies, textbooks in alternate formats (ex: Audio) ASL interpreting services,
speech to text captioning services, and more.
Educational Planning: DSPS counselors can assist you in creating both a short term and long term educational
road map, also known as an "Ed Plan" that aligns with your goals and disability related
Technology Training/Assistive Technology Support: Our HTC team can assist you remotely with technology questions, assistive technology
training, and alternate media production requests.
Educational Assistance Class: DSPS 34 is a class that is designed to prepare students for remote learning and provide
an introduction to college success skills with a focus on computer/web based programs
such as canvas, blackboard, zoom, google docs and more!
Campus Liaison & General Information: We can assist you with connecting to various remote supports and services, provide
general information and liaison with your professors & other departments on campus.
disAbility Club/Delta Alpha Pi Honor's Society: During Fall & Spring semesters club meetings are held every 1 & 3 Wednesday of the
month. This club aspires to change the perception and negative stereotyping associated with
disability by recognizing students with disabilities for their academic accomplishments.
In addition, it facilitates development of community, skills in leadership, advocacy
and education for participating students. To join, c omplete the . disAbility Club/Honors Society Membership form
We acknowledge that you might be experiencing one or many unmet basic needs and other
barriers during this time, and would like to share with you information on how to
connect with other resources and supports including mental health counseling services, student health
services, tutoring services, information about basic needs housing and food insecurities,
and much more!
Remote/Online Student Services
We can also provide support to faculty and staff during the transition to support
accessibility for all students in the remote learning environment. For support with
captioning resources, test proctoring and disability accommodation questions or to
brainstorm ways to incorporate Universal Design for Learning in your classroom please
join us in our DSPS Zoom Room!
Monday - Wednesday by Appointment
Call to Schedule: 619-800-2873
Our Mission: disAbility Support Programs & Services aspires to create, support, and sustain an
inclusive and fully accessible campus community.
We accomplish this important mission by:
Serving as a resource, promoting self-advocacy, authorizing and coordinating accommodations,
and providing professional development
Believing equal access is the shared responsibility of the entire campus community
Valuing disability as an integral aspect of diversity
Developing collaborative partnerships that incorporate the principles of universal
design, equity, and social justice
Surpassing the standards of disability legislation to build a liberating campus community
Challenging social norms that create barriers to ensure all members of the campus
community feel welcome
Academic Accommodations & Support: Provide students with disabilities timely academic accommodations and support services
to increase access, retention, persistence and completion of their educational goals
Human Resources in DSPS: Secure funding, recruit, train and maintain well qualified faculty and staff to meet
identified student needs in order to improve student experience, department effectiveness
and accomplish goals outlined above
Collaboration & Professional Development: Increase campus collaboration and professional development to support faculty and
staff in supporting the diverse learning needs of City College students and ensure
that the needs of students with disabilities are represented in all campus initiatives.
Accessibility: Assist City College to improve accessibility and reduce environmental and technological
barriers so that all students with disabilities have equal access to City College's
programs & services.
Please remember to take care of yourself and your loved ones during this time, which
is the most important thing.
Thank you for allowing us to be a part of your educational journey!