ACCESSIBILITY RESOURCE CENTER
IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT ARC SERVICES DURING COVID-19 RESPONSE.
Guilford College and the ARC are dedicated to any actions (such as social distancing) that will protect our students and communities,. We are especially committed to those at higher risk of vulnerability such as individuals with underlying conditions.
Changes to the academic calendar and student housing will have an impact on on everyone. Students with accommodations may experience additional difficulties with this transition, primarily with web-based learning and alternative testing. The ARC will continue to provide accommodation and advocacy support for all students receiving support from our office. We are prepared to provide technical assistance with your accommodations, understanding changes on campus, and health and wellness concerns.
We are also using alternative meeting options such as digital (Zoom/Google Hangouts), phone, and email.
Contact us for questions at: (336) 316-2243 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The mission of the Accessibility Resource Center (ARC) is to assure that all students have equal access to and equal opportunity in all programs and services offered by Guilford College, and to empower students to become strong self-advocates. Guilford College is proud of its support of students of all abilities and differences. We have a broad array of services that many students find useful, supportive and encouraging.
Professors are also accessible and classes are small, allowing students to build relationships with their teachers and peers. The ARC staff is committed to working with students to address individual needs and providing the necessary accommodations for academic success.
Accessibility Resource Center (ARC)
Hege Library 217