Northern Essex Community College is required to provide accurate and updated referral information to students. Please consider including the following sample referral language in your syllabus.
Sample Syllabus Statement
Northern Essex Community College is committed to providing equal access to students with documented disabilities. To ensure equal access to this class (and your program) please contact the Center for Accessibility Resources & Services (CARS) or Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services (DHHS) to engage in a confidential discussion about accommodations for the classroom and clinical/practicum settings.
Center for Accessibility Resources & Services
Serving students with documented disabilities, such as learning disabilities, attention deficit disorders, autism spectrum disorders, brain injuries, chronic illness, low vision/blind, physical disabilities, psychiatric disabilities and seizure disorders.
The Center for Accessibility Resources & Services is scheduling appointments Mondays through Fridays. Communications/meetings can be flexible based on student’s needs and may consist of the following communication options: Zoom, Phone, In-Person or Email.
To get started students may contact us as outlined below:
Call the Center for Accessibility Resources & Services main number 978-556-3654 or email email@example.com.
Haverhill Campus Location: Behrakis Student Center Room SC111
Lawrence Campus Location: Dimitry Building, 45 Franklin St, Rooms L106 and L128
Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services
Serving students who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing.
- Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services, Room SC110: call 978-241-7045 (VP/Voice) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- To request an Interpreter or communication access email: email@example.com
Individual staff members can be contacted via email
Accommodations are not provided retroactively. Students are encouraged to register with CARS or DHHS at the start of their program.
Please know: NECC complies with the standards of the World Wide Web Consortium’s Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0. Therefore, all third-party course sites and NECC created content are required to meet accessibility standards. If you have any accessibility issues with course materials contact your instructor and Center for Accessibility Resources & Services who can support you and help ensure materials meet accessibility requirements.