Disability Services

or call 304-333-3661 (TTY:  304-367-4906)

At Pierpont, we work closely with students to determine reasonable accommodations that will help them be successful in their schooling.  

Many students who were under an Individualized Education Plan (IEP) or a 504 Plan during high school will qualify for services, as will many other students who might not have received any specialized services during their K-12 education.
Students should contact the Disability Services Office to discuss any disability that might interfere with the pursuit of their education.  Approved accommodations are determined on an individual basis.
For students: Making an appointment to register with disability services; ordering electronic books; ordering a copy of your accommodation letter; reporting a disability accommodation issue; and requesting test proctoring in our office
For faculty: Scheduling class presentations (Don’t Cancel That Class!); sending tests to disability services when our office will be proctoring a test for your student; a link for transcribed academic videos (VAST); and a syllabus statement informing students about disability services
For students and faculty: Requesting a sign language interpreter or transcriber; and reporting a disability access issue 
Other information: Obtaining disability parking permits; and a map of handicapped accessible routes through campus  
Notice: 5 business days' advance notice is required for:
- requesting a sign language interpreter or transcriber, and
- requesting test proctoring in our office

Disability Services Student Guidebook

Disability Services Dual Credit Courses Student Guidebook

(Click on title or contact the Office of Disability Services)

to reach Faculty Mentor LibGuides Site click here

Faculty Mentors are volunteers who are part of a team with the Office of Counseling & Disability Services to better meet students' needs.  The Faculty Mentor site is an information resource that is located on the library's website and is available for all faculty.

Visitors to Campus

For visitors to our campus who need accommodations such as a sign language interpreter for events, please contact our office using the information below.

For more information, visit the the Office of Counseling & Disability Services in person, or contact us using the information below.

Contact Information
316 Turley Student Services Center
Phone:  (304) 333-3661
TTY:  (304) 367-4906
Hours:  8:00 am to 4:00 pm - Monday through Friday
Suzan Walsh Clemens, PhD
Licensed Psychologist/Disability Services Coordinator
316 Turley Student Services Center
Phone:  (304) 367-4073
Pierpont Community & Technical College is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Institution.