About Center for Students with Disabilities
Santa Monica College makes every effort to make its campus fully accessible to students with disabilities. The college's Center for Students with Disabilities offers guidance and counseling on admissions requirements and procedures, as well as a number of special programs to help students with their academic, vocational, and career planning goals. In addition, the Center offers services such as tutoring, specialized equipment, test proctoring, among many other accommodations for students who are eligible.
Students: Everything you need to know about participating in the Disabled Students Program can be found in the DSP&S Handbook.
DSPS Application for Support Services
Services and Hours
Services and staff for students with disabilities are available in three locations on SMC's Main Campus.
The Center for Students with Disabilities
Location: North side of campus, next to Admissions (See Map #24)
Monday through Thursday: 8 a.m. to 6:30 p.m, Friday: 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Hours subject to change. Call in advance if you plan to visit late in the day.
Contact: (310) 434-4265
Fax: (310) 434-4272
High Tech Training Center
Learn about the High Tech Training Center.
Location: North side of campus, behind Admissions in Room SS103 (See Map #28)
Contact: (310) 434-4267
Learning Disabilities Program
Learn about the Learning Disabilities Program.
Location: Rooms 75 and 76 of the Math Complex (See Map #41)
Contact: (310) 434-4684 or (310) 434-4265
Interested in sharing your class notes?
The Center for Students with Disabilities is looking for volunteer Note Takers. If selected, DSPS will provide you with a letter of commendation and a $100 Scholarship upon confirmation of the services provided.