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​Acc​om​modations

Riverside Community College District complies with all federal and state rules and regulations to provide reasonable accommodations for verified disabilities.  The District's ADA/Section 504 Coordinator contact information is as follows: 

Lorraine Jones, M.S.W.
District Compliance Officer
(951) 222-8039 
TTY:  (951) 776-2037
Lorraine.Jones@rccd.edu 

Riverside Community College District is committed to providing access and reasonable accommodation to all District programs and activities.  We provide equal opportunity to qualified persons with disabilities in all terms and conditions of employment in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA).  The following resources are available to request disability accommodations for participation in any RCCD program.

Employment-Related Disability Accommodations 
Employment accommodation requests can be made to the Accommodations Process Coordinator:

Georgina Villaseñor
Diversity & Human Resources Analyst
(951) 328-3725
Georgina.Villasenor@rccd.edu

For complaints and/or concerns regarding disability discrimination in hiring or employment practices:

Student Disability Accommodations
Classroom and instruction-related accommodations are available to students with verified disabilities. For more information regarding eligibility, services available, and how to access services, please contact the department at the respective college:

Moreno Valley College – Disabled Student Services ​(DSS)
E-mail: DSSForms@mvc.edu
Phone: (951) 571-6138 Voice
TDD: (951) 571-6140

Norco College – Disability Resource Center (DRC)
E-mail:  drc@norcocollege.edu
Phone:  (951) 372-7070 Voice
TDD​: (951) 372-7010

Riverside City College – Disability Resource Center (DRC)
Phone: (951) 222-8060 
TDD: (951) 222-8061 ​

Students with disabilities are not required to register with DSPS or DRC. The District's assigned ADA/504 Compliance Officer, Lorraine Jones, will be the contact point for students with professionally verified disabilities, not participating in DSPS or DRC, who need reasonable accommodations in order to equally participate in regular educational programs.

Riverside Community College District is in the process of implementing a districtwide ADA Transition Plan to improve accessibility to individuals with disabilities at all three colleges.  For more information regarding this plan, please contact the office of Diversity, Equity, and Compliance at (951) 222-8039.  

Disability Accommodations Resources