Academic Support Services
WorkAbility III assists students in successfully completing their courses, certificates, degrees and/or transfer requirements which will provide them with the foundation and preparation for a job in their chosen field.
Working with a Workability counselor, we will build an educational plan based on your strengths and abilities. Each semester, we revisit your plan to make adjustments as needed to help you reach your goals. Once you've chosen your classes, Workability provides enrollment and registration assistance.
Because accommodations are determined for each individual student, based on how the disability affects learning, your counselor will discuss with you which of the following services would be appropriate.
Services may include:
Academic, personal, transfer, and vocational counseling
College program planning
Information about eligibility for fee waivers
Peer Study Groups/Workshops/Tours/Fieldtrips
Support services personnel such as note-takers, real-time captioners, sign language interpreters, and scribes
Liaison with four-year colleges and community agencies
Liaison with the Department of Rehabilitation
Instructional materials in alternate media, such as braille, large print,
electronic text (e-text), tactile graphics, and audiotape
Access to adapted computer equipment and other assistive technology.
To learn more about the program, or to make an appointment with a counselor, please call Malia, our WAIII Secretary at: (707) 256-7371.
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WorkAbility III Department
Attn: Malia Palu