If you are experiencing difficulties in meeting the academic demands of any classes, you may request a learning disabilities assessment to determine the source of your learning difficulties.

Learning Disabilities Testing Assessment Requirements

It is important to note that you must be a current student. In addition, you must be enrolled in at least one class (one unit or more).

Assessment will be suspended if:

  • If you withdraw from all of your classes
  • Have 3 missed appointments or late arrivals

Learning Disability Assessments do require in-person appointments. Please make sure your schedule will allow you to come on campus as necessary to complete the assessment.

For more information:

Please email the information below to mmarrujo@valleycollege.edu and Monique Aycock, Learning Disabilities Specialist will contact you. 

  • Student ID
  • Student Name
  • SBVC Email Address
  • Are you enrolled in at least one class (one unit or more)? 
  • Who referred you to Learning Disabilities Assessment? 
  • Are you a current SAS Student?
  • Do you have a disability?
  • Do you have a history of special education? 
  • Will you be transferring to a university in the next year? 


Disclaimer: The Learning Disability Assessment is not a medical diagnosis and does not provide specific medical treatment. It is intended to help students gain a better understanding of their learning profile and access academic accommodations. For medical diagnoses, please consult a qualified healthcare professional.

Do you have a verified learning disability?

You do not have to take a SBVC Learning Diability Assessment to qualify for Student Accessibility Services. If you have a verified disability, just complete the application to start receiving services.

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