The goal of Anoka Technical College is to provide reasonable accommodations to students with a documented disability. Accommodations are designed to allow students to participate fully in the program of their choice.
The Office on Disabilities provides services for students, faculty and staff with a permanent or temporary disability. We strive to provide individuals with the tools by which they can accomplish their educational and career goals.
To request services, call Julie Packer in the Office on Disabilities at (763) 576-4794 to schedule a meeting. Prior to your appointment, submit
(1) appropriate documentation/records regarding your disability, and
(2) the Application for Accommodations.
Appropriate documentation is recent, comes from a certified professional, and clearly states the diagnosis.
Office on Disabilities
Success Center, Suite 190, Room 190-L
(763) 576-4830 Success Center Information
(763) 576-4794 Direct
(763) 576-4715 Fax
You are responsible to provide the Office on Disabilities with documentation, test reports, and/or school records relating to your disability and requested accommodations. This confidential information will be revealed ONLY by written consent from the student. This information will help the Office on Disabilities provide reasonable academic accommodations and support services.
Request accommodations as early as possible. Though we try to honor late requests, we cannot guarantee immediate results. Immediate assistance may be limited due to resource availability.
It is the student's responsibility to provide the Office on Disabilities with their course schedule prior to each semester start, thereby allowing time to make arrangements to provide requested accommodations. Make your appointment well before semester start to ensure accommodations can be arranged.
The Office on Disabilities is located in the Success Center, Suite 190, Room 190-L. Enter from the main corridor.
Anoka Technical College provides multiple parking spaces with the designated international symbol for disabled parking. Students and employees who have a State of Minnesota disabilities license plate or a temporary/permanent parking permit may park in any of those locations. All main entrances are equipped with power-assisted doors. The elevator in Building A (providing access to Auditoriums A and B) is the only location on campus which is not at ground level.
Temporary parking for individuals who require closer parking because of surgery/injury may also be provided by the Office on Disabilities. Documentation from your medical doctor will be required; length of time special parking privileges are needed must be noted.
Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Fridays from 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.