Disability Support Services (DSS) serves Wake Tech students who may, due to documented physical, psychological, or learning disabilities, require accommodations for equal access to college facilities, academic programs, and other activities (defined by the American with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act).
Prospective DSS Student A prospective DSS student is someone with a documented disability that requires accommodations in order to have equal access to college facilities, programs, activities, materials and resources as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act.
Current DSS Student A current DSS student is someone enrolled at Wake Technical Community College that already receives accommodations through Disability Support Services and needs to submit information based on approved accommodations.
Faculty Resources Faculty Resources are for faculty requesting assistance with course accessibility, a DSS speaker on topics of interest to your department or division or information on specific disabilities relating to best practices in the classroom setting.
Parent Resources Families can provide support to students with disabilities by giving them opportunities to make decisions about their future, even if they make mistakes. Here, you will find support to help your child speak up about his or her rights and responsibilities.