Student Accessibility Services
Hours of Operation
|Monday - Thursday
|8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
|8 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Student Accessibility Services (SAS) provides academic adjustments, auxiliary aids, and services to students with disabilities so they can participate fully in the college experience. To qualify for SAS, you must be an enrolled student at Crafton Hills College, have a verifiable disability that causes educational limitations, and have the ability to benefit from instruction. Based on the nature of your verified disability you may be eligible for:
- Disability related counseling.
- Assessment for Learning Disabilities Eligibility.
- Extended Time for Exams.
- Distraction Reduced Environment for Exams.
- Priority Registration.
- Texts in alternate formats (e.g. PDFs, etext, audio, daisy or braille).
- On-campus transportation and mobility assistance.
- Specialized equipment and software.
- Sign language interpreters or synchronous live closed captioning.
- Note takers or scribe technology.
- Assistive technology (e.g. screen readers, e-books, audio books, smart pens).
- Individualized assistive technology training.
The mission of Student Accessibility Services (SAS) is to ensure that students with disabilities have equal access to the educational opportunities offered by Crafton Hills College. SAS provides academic adjustments, auxiliary aids, services and instruction for eligible students with a verified disabilities which will allow them to participate fully in all college programs and activities. SAS is committed to assisting students with disabilities in achieving their educational goals.
Students are presumed to possess independent living skills that will allow them to provide for their own personal needs on campus. Providing a personal attendant or mobility aide is not a mandated service in post-secondary education. Therefore, if students require a personal attendant or mobility aide, they must provide for one at their own expense.
The academic adjustments, auxiliary aids, services, and instruction offered by SAS should be accessed through the established policies and procedures.
If you would like to apply for SAS, please contact us at:
Crafton Hills College
Student Accessibility Services (SAS)
11711 Sand Canyon Rd. Yucaipa, CA 92399
SAS Director: Vanessa Ramirez
Senior Student Services Technician: Francis Southerland
Student Services Technician II: Maria Davila
L.D. Specialist: Vonda O'Shaugnessey
SAS Adjunct Counselor. Dani Kennelly-Hussain
Alternative Media & Assistive Technology Specialist: Suzanne Delahanty
Only SAS Front Office Staff can be reached immediately via phone. Please contact either
Frances Souterland or Maria Davila at: 909-389-3325, via their email, or via chat
on Cranium Cafe to set up an appointment for counseling or other SAS services.
Thank you for your understanding!
New SAS Online Orientation
Under Construction & Returning Soon!
The SAS Online Orientation will provide a multimedia introduction to the program, information about the types of students served, services offered and the requirements and expectations for students interested in receiving services.