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Student Accessibility Services

Equal Access, Equal Treatment, Equal Rights

Welcome to Cascadia College and to Student Accessibility Services! Whether you are a new or returning student, here to obtain an Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree, or even take a couple of courses to enrich yourself, Student Accessibility Services is here to support you!>

Cascadia College maintains Student Accessibility Services to provide reasonable accommodations and support services to students with accessibility needs in accordance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities (ADA) Act of 1990 and Amendments of 2008. Our mission is to provide equal access and opportunity while promoting self-determination.

Please email questions or schedule an appointment at

Visit our Virtual Assistance webpage for links to other service areas and resources.


Student Accessibility Services is located within Kodiak Corner in CC1-111. Student Accessibility Services can be contacted via email at or by phone at 425.352.8128.

Summer 2022 Update

Virtual Appointments are available:

  • Monday - Thursday between the hours of 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • To schedule an appointment, please email and note "Virtual Appointment" in the subject line.

Zoom Drop-in Hours

In-person Appointments are available:

  • Monday - Thursday between the hours of 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • To schedule an appointment, please email and note "In-person Appointment" in the subject line.

In-person drop-in hours:

  • Tuesday and Wednesday 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM at the Kodiak Corner

Applying for Services

Students will schedule an Access Meeting with the Interim Manager of Accessibility & Student Support Services, Student Accessibility Services. Through this interactive process the student will have a detailed discussion with Student Accessibility Services on how the student’s accessibility needs impacts them in the classroom and within campus facilities.

Students will need to submit the Accommodation Application prior to the Access Meeting. Students must also provide diagnostic documentation of their accessibility need, disability, diagnosis, or condition. Depending on the individual’s accessibility need, documentation can be submitted from a medical doctor, psychologist, psychiatrist, neuropsychologist, school psychologist or other professional diagnostician. Students are encouraged to contact Student Accessibility Services if they are having trouble acquiring documentation. If a disability is apparent and the need for accommodations can be easily established, documentation may not be needed.

Once all the information has been received, accommodations will be determined for the student during their time at Cascadia.

Current Students

If you are requesting your Letter of Accommodation (LOA) for the Summer 2022 Quarter, please log in to your Accommodate Portal. Refer to How to Request your Letter of Accommodation for instructions on how to submit your request. Summer Quarter 2022 must be requested through Accommodate. LOA requests for the Fall 2022 Quarter will open up in August and students will be notified via email.

Student Accessibility Services Student Handbook

For further information on Student Accessibility Services procedures, accommodations, supports, and resources please review the Student Accessibility Services Student Handbook.


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