The mission of the Office of Student Accommodations is to collaborate with students, faculty, and staff to create a campus environment that is accessible, equitable, inclusive, and meets the unique educational needs of enrolled students with documented disabilities. It is also our goal to maximize student success, self-advocacy, and independence in an accessible academic environment.
Office of Student Accommodations
Coordinator of Student Accommodations
(708)656-8000 X 2433
Office 217 C
Getting Started: Welcome to the Office of Student Accommodations.
Morton College is committed to providing equal access for students with documented disabilities. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, students are guaranteed access to college programs and services. Students with a documented disability may request accommodations through the Office of Student Accommodations. Any student requesting accommodations must complete a Request for Accommodation Form, provide documentation, and complete an intake interview. Student are highly encouraged to request accommodations early in the registration process. Morton College’s Coordinator of Student Accommodations will assist you through this process and be available to answer any questions. Step 1: Fill out a Request for Accommodation Form. Step 2: Submit disability documentation. For additional information, see Disability Documentation Guidelines. Disability Verification Form may be required in addition to submitted documentation. Step 3: Meet with Coordinator of Student Accommodations for an intake appointment. At this point, accommodations based on your individual needs will be discussed. Step 4: Coordinator will create an Accommodation Plan which lists your name, student ID, courses, instructor names and accommodations.
- Students are responsible for communicating with The Office of Student Accommodations and informing the Accommodations Coordinator of any class schedule changes including adding, dropping or withdrawing.
- Informing the Accommodations Coordinator of any barriers or accommodations not being provided.
- Requesting accommodations in a timely manner. Accommodations are not applied retroactively and become effective from the time the instructor receives the Accommodation Plan.
- Communicating with your instructors about your accommodations and making testing arrangements in advance.