Disability Support Services
Disability Support Services at Emily Griffith Technical College is committed to providing academic accommodations and support in an effort to create an equal opportunity to participate in and enjoy programs and services at the College.
Disability Services Offered
- Accommodations for disabilities
- Academic advising, registration assistance and support services
- Communication with case managers in the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation or insurance agencies
Students with documented disabilities may request accomodations through the Disability Support Services office. The student is responsible for self-identifying, requesting the accommodation and for providing documentation of his/her disability.
Accommodations due to a disability should be requested at least three weeks prior to the service or class. Some services may require additional time to process, so we advise that you submit your requests as early as possible.
- Submit an admissions application here.
- Next students must schedule an intake appointment with DSS via the form below. Please allow 1 hour for this appointment. Please email documentation to DSS@emilygriffith.edu or drop off in person to 1860 Lincoln Street, 6th Floor. For more information on specific disability documentation guidelines, please refer to the documentation guidelines found in the Disability Support Services Manual. Prior to the appointment, the intake form and documentation will be reviewed by the DSS advisor.
- Once the form is submitted, please allow five business days to be contacted by our Disability Support Services team.
Mile High United Way’s 2-1-1 is a free and confidential community referral service that connects callers with resources which provide food, shelter, rent assistance, clothing, child care options and other types of community assistance. Trained referral specialists are multi-lingual and available to help individuals with real-time resources. Students needing assistance outside of academic support can contact the Mile High United Way at *211 or visit their website at www.unitedwaydenver.org.
Denver 311 is a link for non-emergency services and communications between citizens and the City and County of Denver. We strive to accomplish this goal in a personal, timely, efficient, accurate and measurable manner. Visit the 311 Help Center web page on the Denver website.
Colorado Crisis Services connects people to trained crisis counselors for issues such as relationship problems, family crises, substance abuse, suicidal thoughts and disability. They offer translations services for non-English speakers and make follow-up calls to ensure continued care. Their crisis services are open 24/7 throughout the Denver region, including walk-in centers in Westminster, Lakewood, Littleton, Boulder, Denver and Aurora. Visit their website to see the locations for crisis services. You can also call them at: 1-844-493-8255 or text "TALK" to 38255.
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