DSPS provides services to any enrolled Mesa College student who has a disability or medical condition which impacts learning.
Students with either permanent or temporary disabilities are eligible. Decisions regarding the exact accommodations to be provided are made on an individualized basis by the counselor in consultation with the student.
Disability groups currently receiving services at Mesa college are listed below.
- Acquired Brain Injury (ABI)
- Deaf/Hard of Hearing
- Learning Disability
- Mobility Limitation
- Mental Health
- Blind/Low Vision
Student's applying for DSPS services are responsible for providing the specified documentation before any services will be provided. If you are unable to provide verification of disability or medical condition impacting your learning but you believe you would benefit from having academic accommodations, you are still encouraged to apply for services. Your application for services will be reviewed and you will be contacted by the DSPS office.
Documentation should be marked "Confidential" and directed to: San Diego Mesa College Disability Support Programs and Services 7250 Mesa College Drive, Rm I4-405 San Diego, CA 92111-4998. You can also email documentation or bring it to the DSPS office.
All disability related information is provided by students and is kept strictly confidential. This information is accessible to DSPS staff only.