Accommodative Services (ADA-504)

Accommodations for Students with Disabilities:

NCCC offers students with disabilities a variety of accommodations and services in order to ensure that they receive support for their disability. Students self-identify by providing the necessary documentation to the ADA/504 coordinator who evaluates the documentation and identifies the specific needs of the student.

Contact Information for ADA-504 Coordinator:

Cammy Sheridan


Phone: (518) 891-2915, x1271

Office: Hodson Hall, Room 119

The ADA/504 Coordinator collaborates with the Coordinator of the LAC to help students obtain texts in alternate format if needed, assist with finding note takers, provide one-on-one tutoring, and work with faculty to ensure the best learning environment. The ADA/504 Coordinator acts as a liaison to local and state agencies who also work with students with disabilities to create a well-rounded and comprehensive education plan.

The ADA/504 Coordinator will:

  1. Review your documentation and recommend accommodations;
  2. Help you obtain texts in alternate format if needed;
  3. Help you find note takers;
  4. Work with the Learning Assistance Center (LAC) to coordinate accommodations;
  5. Work with the faculty to ensure the best learning environment.

To access these services, students must complete the following steps:

  1. Provide recent documentation concerning the identified disability
  2. Schedule an intake meeting with the ADA/504 Coordinator or LAC Coordinator

Documentation can be either emailed to: or mailed to:


ADA/504 Coordinator PO Bo 89

Saranac Lake, NY 12983

  • Students must provide a current (less than 4 years old) psycho-educational, neuropsychological evaluation or other valid documentation supporting a specific diagnosis from a qualified practitioner. PLEASE NOTE; an IEP or a 504 plan is NOT considered valid documentation.
  • Students must request services from the ADA/504 Coordinator in order to initiate services. Accommodations letters created by the ADA/504 Coordinator are valid for only the current semester. New accommodation letters will be provided at the beginning of each new semester at the request of the student.
  • Once proper documentation is received and accommodations letters have been signed by both student and instructor, the ADA/504 coordinator informs the LAC that the individuals is allowed to take exams in a separate location. It is the responsibility of the student to set up an appointment with the LAC to take the exam at the scheduled time.

This office is also an official NVRA office for voter registration.

For a more information regarding the policy on accommodative services, please refer to the College Catalog (p.52) College Catalog.