ICT Accessibility Statement
Los Rios Community College District is committed to creating an accessible community – that is, one that provides websites, course materials, documents, and applications that are accessible to all current and future students, faculty, staff, and other constituents.
Our information and communication technologies (ICT) adhere to accessibility standards such as the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 AA, Sections 504 and 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
Read the complete ICT Accessibility Program.
For students with disabilities, we are committed to providing reasonable academic and administrative accommodations that support our educational programs through our Disability Services and Programs for Students (DSPS) offices. These reasonable academic and administrative accommodations shall not fundamentally alter the educational programs.
|American River College||ARC DSPS||North entrance of Student Services||(916) 484-8382|
|Natomas Center||ARC DSPS||ARC Main Campus, North entrance of Student Services||(916) 484-8382|
|Cosumnes River College||CRC DSPS||BS-104||(916) 691-7275|
|Elk Grove Center||CRC DSPS||CRC Main Campus, BS-104||(916) 691-7275|
|Folsom Lake College||FLC DSPS||Aspen Hall, FL1-36||(916) 608-6611|
|El Dorado Center||FLC DSPS||B-121||(530) 642-5630|
|Rancho Cordova Center||FLC DSPS||Building 1, First Floor||(916) 361-6312|
|Sacramento City College||SCC DSPS||Student Services||(916) 558-2087|
|Davis Center||SCC DSPS||SCC Main Campus, Student Services||(916) 558-2087|
|West Sacramento Center||SCC DSPS||SCC Main Campus, Student Services||(916) 558-2087|
For employees with disabilities, we are committed to providing reasonable accommodations to ensure employees can perform the essential functions of their job. To get accommodations, please contact Human Resources at (916) 558-3063.
Reporting Accessibility Issues with ICT
Though we strive to adhere to accepted guidelines and standards for usability and accessibility, it may not always be possible to do so. If you experience difficulty accessing our ICT or wish to provide feedback or suggestions, then please contact your college's DSPS office or submit a report.
Website Help Applications
If you experience difficulties opening documents or viewing content on the Los Rios Community College District website, then your browser may be missing a necessary application or plug-in.
Here are applications and plug-ins that provide access to common documents and content found on our website: