COUN 076C – Accessible Note-taking Techniques
This course is designed for students with disabilities who have limited skills in the area of note taking. This course will teach students various techniques to improve note-taking skills that can be used in all academic coursework and other settings.
COUN 073C – Computer Access I
This course is designed for students with disabilities. It will provide training in the use of computer technology in a word processing and internet environment. May be taken for credit 2 times.
(Beginning fall 2018 semester)
COUN 100C – College Orientation
Learn what it takes to be a successful college student and create your own educational plan by enrolling in COUN 100C – College Orientation. This course is designed for students with disabilities. Students will learn campus policies and procedures, strengthen study skills, create a Student Educational Plan, and develop responsible academic and personal attitudes. This course is worth one (1) unit.
PE 100 C – Adaptive P.E. – Weight Training **
Gives you the opportunity to participate in resistive exercises with weights.
PE 101 C – Adaptive P.E. – Activity **
Emphasizes modified individual and team sport activities.
** Prerequisite: Entry into this class is based on the student’s previous medical history.
DANC 110C – Adaptive Dance
This course introduces special needs students to elements of several types of dance, including modern and contact improvisation. The course will enhance self-confidence, dexterity, decision making and self awareness through the usage of several factors involved in the pedagogical process
First Steps – A Summer Transition Program for High School Seniors with Disabilities
Program Leaders: Adrienne Sanchez, MA and Deborah Michelle, MS
May 29 through June 20
For more information, contact DSS at (714) 484-7104.
First Steps is a comprehensive summer experience that students will:
- Participate in the English Summer Boost
- Enroll in and take a Counseling 100 course
- Develop a student educational plan
- Develop and apply study and learning strategies
- Learn about student services and take campus tours
- Learn about differences between high school and college
- Explore assistive technology supporting student success
- And much more!
ARISE Lab (Academics, Relationships, Independence, Self-Advocacy, Emotional Health)
Program Leader: Sneha Kohli Mathur, M.A. BCBA
T: (714) 484-7465
The ARISE Lab is a sensory friendly classroom, located in the Business Building, Room 119.
- Wellness center
- One on one support with ARISE counselor
- Group sessions and workshops
- Social support and community building
- Emotional and mental health wellness
- Classroom and campus support for students with Autism
- A safe space to connect with other students and/or the ARISE counselor
- Come by for a specific workshop, counseling, or just for a quiet place to study!
For more information, please email email@example.com or call (714) 484-7465.
Study and Learning Strategies (SLS) Program
Program Leader: Adrienne Sanchez, MA
T: (714) 484-7104
The Study and Learning Strategies Program provides support to students needing assistance with enhancing their study and learning skills. The SLS Counselor will provide one-on-one sessions to Cypress College students to develop study strategies, enhance learning strengths, and boost skill weaknesses.
For more information, contact the DSS office at (714) 484-7104 or visit room CCCPLX-100 (next to the Financial Aid office).