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Northeast Community College to hold Disability Services Night

   Northeast Community College to hold Disability Services Night

NORFOLK, Neb. – NORFOLK, NE - Northeast Community College will host an orientation meeting for those interested in disability services. Disability Services Orientation Night will be held Tuesday, May 21, at 6 p.m., in the College Welcome Center, Room 1108, on the Norfolk campus.

In addition, a virtual option will be held on Tuesday, June 11, at 6 p.m. for those unable to attend in person.  

This event will inform incoming students and their families of the services offered by the Disability Services staff.  The director of Disability Services said incoming students diagnosed with a disability or those who believe they might have a disability, would benefit from learning more about the various accommodations, services and support provided by or coordinated through Disability Services.     

Incoming and current Northeast students with chronic physical or mental health conditions, and students who have benefited from special education programs or were served under 504 plans in high school, are encouraged to attend and bring with them a family member and/or friend.  

Any individual who has an ongoing medical condition that may affect their participation in their college coursework and/or employment, is also encouraged to attend.  

Incoming students will be informed of procedures to follow in order to receive accommodations that will allow them to fully participate in courses, services and activities. Current Northeast students will share information about accommodations, academic supports, and assistive technology they have used to remove and/or work around barriers as they navigate college.  

If you need additional information, would like to attend, or need disability related accommodations for the meeting, please reach out to or call 402-844-7714.