Students must provide documentation of their disability from an appropriate licensed professional. Services are offered to students who have established disabilities under state and federal laws. Once the student has provided all of the necessary documentation, the DSS Office will make every effort to respond to students' requests for accommodation within 15 business days. The same timeline applies to students who submit additional documentation so that their file may be re-reviewed. All information and documentation are confidential.
The information on the following pages help to explain student rights and responsibilities as well as office guidelines regarding certain accommodations. If you find that you have any questions please contact the DSS Office at (310) 338-4216.
- Student Rights
- Student Responsibilities
- Service and Assistance Animals Guidelines
- Frequently Asked Questions
DSS Policies and Procedures:
- Appeal & Complaint Resolution Procedures
- Admission Policies
- Assistive Technology Policies
- Communication Access Realtime Translation (CART) Services Policy
- Kurzweil Scanning Station Policy
- Note Taking Services Policy
- Proctoring Services (Testing) Policy
- Under Registered Status
To learn more about confidentiality and the differences in the law from high school to college, please visit our Information for Parents page.