ACCESS Matters.  Student Accessibility Services is committed to creating and promoting a more accessible and inclusive QCC environment. We are a resource to provide access for students with disabilities. By partnering with you, we ensure students experience access in their coursework through accommodations or other outcomes.



Quinsigamond Community College is committed to providing access and inclusion for all persons with disabilities. Students who require an accommodation in this course should notify the professor as soon as possible. Students are responsible for forwarding the Accommodation Letter to the professor (via email or hard copy).  Students may request accommodations at any time during the semester, which begin upon receipt (accommodations are not retroactive). Please discuss any barriers which may arise during the semester with your Professor or Coordinator in the Student Accessibility Services office.

Student Accessibility Services Contact Information:

Call:   508-854-4471     Email:     Sorenson Video Phone:  508-502-7647


Office Information          

Monday - Thursday:   8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Friday 8:00 am - 12 noon

P: 508-854-4471

Sorenson Video Phone: 508-502-7647

Administration Building Room 246
    670 West Boylston St.
Worcester, MA 01606-2092

Choosing Accessible Material for Your Course

Think UDL! Accessibility Assessment Toolkit

By Faculty, for Faculty

Implementing the principles of universal design in learning means anticipating the diversity of students that may enroll in your course and planning accordingly. Faculty from the University of South Carolina Upstate developed their own instructional materials for compliance.  Please see the link to their tool kit, which contains:

- Course Accessibility Checklist

- Guide to Prioritizing Captioning

- Captioning Assessment Form



Want to reduce the need for Accommodations?

Courses designed with access in mind from the outset require fewer accommodations and offer a more inclusive experience. 

The Accessibility Toolkit  offer various ideas for facilitating an accessible course experience.