Graduating High School Seniors Class of 2023

Disability Support Services conducts outreach to graduating high school seniors with IEPs and 504 plans. This process assists students in effectively utilizing DSS priority registration and receiving their accommodation plan prior to beginning their first semester of coursework.  An Academic Accommodation Plan (AAP) lists the services available to each student, such as extended testing time and note taking assistance. It is created for each individual and signed by both the student and the DSS Counselor.  The AAP must be signed and retuned to DSS in order for students to receive priority registration for Fall 2023. If any of these deadlines are missed, students must follow the process as outlined in the steps to enroll.

Please note: ALL communications from DSS will be sent to students' Insite email. 
Students can access DVC email through the Email tile on Insite.  Please see below How To guides on logging into Insite.

See the DSS Registration Guide 2023 to complete the registration process for incoming Fall 2023 students. The steps in this guide should be started after students complete an application to DVC and have a DVC ID number. These steps will guide you through registering with DSS and enrolling in Fall courses.

IMPORTANT DEADLINES (No exceptions to deadlines will be made) 

If any of the deadlines are missed students must take Counseling 095 and contact DSS once registered for classes 

  • March 24th – Deadline to complete DSS application (this includes uploading disability documentation) 
  • Week of March 27th – Academic Accommodation Plans sent to students for signature (sent to DVC Insite email) 
  • April 13th – Deadline for signed Academic Accommodation Plan to be sent back to DSS 
  • April 14th– Registration workshop invitations will be sent to students who have completed all of the steps in the Registration Guide. You must RSVP to one of the Registration Workshop dates in order to attend. .

See the DSS Registration Guide 2023 to complete the registration process for incoming Fall 2023 students.

Students following the DSS process above don't need to take Counseling 095.

  • If you miss any of the above deadlines you must follow the steps in this steps to enroll,  this process includes taking Counseling 095.

Student Information Sessions

DSS Counselors will be conducting student information sessions at local high schools beginning in Feb, 2023.  If you are outside our local area or miss the session at your high school contact DSSOutreachActivities@dvc.edu

Information for Parents

We will be holding three virtual Parent Information nights.  See Parent Information Night flier for further information.  To join the parent information night click the zoom link at the bottom of the flier.

Need Assistance with the Step by Step Process?

Students can receive assistance with the orientation or assessment by contacting the DSS High Tech Center at DSSHighTechCenter@dvc.edu using the subject line: “Incoming 2023 Freshman” and high tech center staff person will respond to you with a zoom link that you can log on to for real time assistance

How To Guides

Additional Questions?

Students can contact DSSOutreachActivities@dvc.edu with other questions. This email box is checked on Fridays.

Counseling appointments are not available for high school students.

NOTE:

Students following this DSS registration process do not need to take Counseling 095, though if you miss any of the above deadlines you must follow these general student registration process. You can find information on this here: steps to enroll,. The general student process includes taking Counseling 095 in order to receive academic advising on first semester courses. Once you are registered for Fall classes send an email to DSSOutreachActivities@dvc.edu for next steps to receive your Academic Accommodation Plan.

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