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Disability Services

Request Services and Accommodations

Northeast Community College encourages students with disabilities to contact Disability Services before or after completing an application to Northeast. Disability related information should be provided directly to the Disability Services office via email or by fax: (402) 844-7412.

Accommodations include a modification or adjustment that allows a student to have equal access and have equal opportunity to participate in Northeast's courses, services, activities, and use of the facilities. Northeast is not obligated to provide an accommodation that requires a substantial change in the curriculum or alteration of any essential elements or functions of a program. Reasonable accommodations are provided on an individualized, as-needed basis.

Students May Request Accommodations Due to a Permanent Disability or for Temporary Health Conditions

Current Student Prospective Student Early College or Dual Credit Student Request For Accommodations

Prospective Students

Prospective Students, interested in attending Northeast and want to know more about Disability Services, please complete a simple form online or send an email to

Current Students Needing Accommodations

Early College and Dual Credit Students Needing Accommodations

Schedule a meeting and make a plan for access.

Students enrolled in Early College or dual credit classes at Northeast follows the same procedures as any student requesting accommodations using the Early College or Dual Credit Request for Accommodations Intake form.

Temporary Medical Conditions

Temporary accommodations may be provided as a service to students with temporary conditions so participation in coursework can continue with minimal disruption and with greater ease of access. Although the Americans with Disabilities Act, as Amended (ADAAA) does not cover temporary impairments, Northeast recognizes students experiencing temporary conditions that significantly affect their abilities to fulfill course requirements and could impede academic progress. We work as a team to help a student achieve a successful outcome when faced with an unexpected challenge.

Examples of temporary medical conditions may include pregnancy, fractured bones, surgeries, concussions, acute medical conditions requiring hospitalization, and accidents impairing the student's physical and or cognitive functioning. This procedure is not applicable for a “Transitory” and “Minor” condition such as the flu or having a cold.

A student experiencing an unexpected temporary medical condition with impairments; planned medical care that will result in an impairment impacting course participation; and or interrupt course participation longer than one week, should communicate with all parties who have a need to know.

Hours and Location

Monday-Thursday 7:00 am - 6:00 pm
Fridays 7:00 am - 5:00 pm

Located in the College Welcome Center
AT Lab CWC 1264
Individual Study Rooms CWC 1255, 1257, 1262


Phone: (402) 844-7714
Fax (402) 844-7412