Disability Support Services
Fayetteville Technical Community College is committed to the equality of educational opportunities for qualified students and provides academic and technology resources to support student success while pursuing an academic degree.
Support services are provided for all students (day, evening, and online) with physical, psychological, or learning disabilities, but it is the responsibility of the student to request accommodations and provide appropriate documentation of the disability.
Requesting Reasonable Accommodations
Steps to Request Reasonable Accommodations
Applying to Fayetteville Technical Community College and registering with the Disability Support Services Office are two separate processes.
- Visit the Disability Support Services Office (TRSC, Room 127) to pick up an intake packet. Our staff will explain how to complete the packet and the requirements for current disability documentation.
- Students may request an electronic copy of the intake packet by calling (910) 678-8470 or by email to email@example.com.
- Students must submit the completed intake packet, current disability documentation, current class schedule and a copy of their student ID to the Disability Support Services Office.
- Once all paperwork and disability documentation has been received, the student will be contacted to schedule an appointment with the Disability Support Services Coordinator to discuss their specific needs and requested accommodations.
In compliance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA), the College does not exclude otherwise qualified persons with disabilities, solely by reason of the disability, from participating in College programs and activities; nor are persons with disabilities denied the benefits of these programs or subjected to discrimination.
Management Information Services (HelpDesk)
Management Information Services connects you to campus systems designed to enhance your academic experience and support your technology needs. MIS supports and enriches teaching, learning, research and administrative functions. MIS systems and services touch virtually every aspect of campus life and are central to the academic enterprise as well as administrative processes.
Student Learning Center
Student Learning Center
The Student Learning Center offers one-on-one academic tutoring, computer access, and study assistance at no cost to students during normal day and evening class hours. Stop by for writing, math, or computer assistance at any time. For tutoring in a specific subject, please refer to the schedules posted in the Student Learning Center.
In addition, there are three extended labs that offer assistance:
- Math Lab
- Science Lab
- Writing and Communications Lab
Come in the Student Learning Center anytime for academic assistance, one-on-one tutoring, independent study, and group learning.