Admission of Disadvantaged and/or students with a disability

Within a framework of personal guidance and evaluation, special services are provided for the disadvantaged and/or disabled student. These services include aiding students in setting realistic goals, developing individualized programs of study, providing job orientation and job search services, providing assistance in determining the degree and nature of their disabilities and/or disadvantages, and providing referrals to community service agencies for additional assistance.

A student may be accepted as a disadvantaged or disabled student when he/she cannot meet the recommended entrance exam score(s) to enter a program under regular or provisional status but whose aptitudes and other factors indicate a likelihood of success in at least a segment of the total program. Limited English speaking students may be included in the disadvantaged group. For further information on disadvantaged student admissions, contact the Special Needs Coordinator at (229) 430-2854. For information on hearing impaired and visually impaired student admissions, contact the Special Needs Coordinator at (229) 430-2854.