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SAS provides services and accommodations to students who are enrolled at SBVC and have a verified temporary or permanent disability resulting in an educational limitation.

Eligible disabilities include:

  • Physical Disability
  • Deaf/Hard of Hearing (DHH)
  • Blind/Low Vision
  • Learning Disability
  • Acquired Brain Injury (ABI)
  • Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
  • Intellectual Disabilities (ID)
  • Autism Spectrum
  • Mental Health Disability
  • Other Health Disabilities

(Title 5 Regulations, Section 56032-56044, 56002)

Questions About Eligibility

  • If you are not sure whether you are eligible for services, please contact Student Accessibility Services (SAS) for further information.
  • If you do not have a verified disability, but are experiencing difficulties in meeting the academic demands of the regular vocational and/or academic classes at San Bernardino Valley College, you may request a learning disabilities assessment to determine the source of your learning difficulties. 


Apply for Services

Students need to have an active application with San Bernardino Valley College before they can apply for services through Student Accessibility Services (SAS).

New or Returning Students Apply to SBVC

  • Applications can be requested at the SAS Office in the Administration/Student Services Building Room 105.
  • Applications can be requested by emailing SBVCSAS@ValleyCollege.edu
  • Documentation for a mobility, psychological, or health related disability is the diagnosis of the condition by a licensed or certified professional.
  • If you have a verified learning disability from another college, university or other agency you can provide copies of the testing results and scores. 
  • If you are a high school student with an Individual Education Plan (IEP) or 504 Plan you can submit the most current most current report available.
  • If you do not have current documentation, SAS can provide you a Disability Verification Form to be completed and signed by a licensed professional who is qualified to diagnose the disability. The Disability Verification Form is available at the SAS office or can be requested by email.
  • If documentation of disability is not available, you can provide your agency or physicians information and SAS will attempt to get the information for you.
You can submit your application and any documentation you may have to the SAS office in person, by mail or by email with scanned attached documents to SBVCSAS@ValleyCollege.edu