• Santa Barbara Educational Resources

     

    Allan Hancock College- Learning Assistance Program
    800 South College Drive
    Santa Maria, CA 93454
    Phone: (805) 922-6966 ext. 3380

    www.hancockcollege.edu/lap/index.php

    The Learning Assistance Program (LAP) at Allan Hancock College is committed to providing equal opportunity and access to students with disabilities through reasonable accommodations, instruction, assessment, counseling and advocacy. Their purpose is to support students by providing a variety of direct support services, specialized instruction, and advocacy.

    Santa Barbara City College- Disabled Student Programs & Services
    721 Cliff Drive
    Santa Barbara, CA 93109
    Phone: (805) 965-0581 ext. 2364

    http://www.sbcc.edu/dsps/index.php

    Disabled Student Programs & Services (DSPS) provides educational support services and reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities who are enrolled in courses at SBCC. Services include but are not limited to: ASL interpreting, registration assistance, extended time on placement tests, lockers, adaptive physical education classes, Assistive Technology classes, note-taking, equipment loans, textbooks and tests/exams in alternate format, and referral services.

    U.C. Santa Barbara Disabled Students Program
    2120 Student Resource Building
    Santa Barbara, CA  93106-3070
    Phone:  805-893-2668
    Fax:  805-893-7127

    http://dsp.sa.ucsb.edu

    Providing academic accommodations to students with disabilities is a shared responsibility of the campus. Students with disabilities are responsible for ensuring that the Disabled Students Program (DSP) is aware of their disabilities and for providing DSP with appropriate documentation. DSP is located in 2120 Student Resource Building and serves as the campus liaison regarding issues and regulations related to students with disabilities. The DSP staff works in an advisory capacity with a variety of campus departments to ensure that equal access is provided to all disabled students.

    Students with disabilities attending UCSB can be assured of receiving the same core support academic services offered throughout the University of California’s System-wide chain of campuses.

     

     

    **For more brain injury resources near Santa Barbara County, please see Kern County, San Luis Obispo County, and Ventura County**

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