At your service
If you have hearing or vision loss, a chronic illness, an emotional, learning or physical disability, the college's Accessibility Services department has programs to help meet your needs.
If you need help completing the online application or have questions about applying to or attending SPC, please contact an Accessibility Services Coordinator. If you need assistance with Sign Language interpreting, complete this request for a Sign Language Interpreter.
|Jeff Zeigler||727-791-2710||Clearwater Campus|
|Ray Hollowell||727-341-4316||St. Petersburg/Gibbs|
|Dr. Tonya (TJ) Williams||727-341-7913||EpiCenter and SPC Downtown|
|Elizabeth Shumate||727-712-5789||Tarpon Springs|
|Stefanie Silvers||727-341-3721||Health Education Center|
|Kelli Mitchell||727-394-6289 (TTY)||Seminole Campus|
|Lisa Gould||727-398-8284 (TTY)||Midtown/Allstate Campus|
Who is eligible?
As a student at SPC with a documented disability, you may be eligible to receive services. If you think you have a disability but have not had it documented, your campus Accessibility Coordinator will explain how to get proper testing or assessment. To be documented, you must have a recent report from a licensed physician or psychologist or an IEP or SOP from your high school.
What services are available?
Appropriate, reasonable accommodations are offered based on documented needs. Accommodations might include:
- Adaptive technology
- Early registration
- Sign language interpreters
- Real-time captioning
- Testing arrangements
- Classroom modifications
What are the benefits?
Students who use these services tend to have:
- Higher GPAs
- Fewer withdrawals from courses
- Better graduation rates