Student Disability Resource Center
Supporting the academic pursuits of students with disabilities across The Claremont College community.
Please be advised in an abundance of caution the SDRC will be closed until further notice due to the Novel COVID 19 virus. At this time we will be operating remotely, additional details and resources are listed below. For immediate assistance, please contact Campus Safety at (909)607-2000 or dial 911.
Due to the Claremont Colleges’ decision to move all course work to on-line platforms, the SDRC has made the decision to close the physical office temporarily. The SDRC will remain open 8 am to 5 pm through March 18 to ensure that students who need last-minute assistance before leaving campus can be served. Going forward the SDRC office will move to remote assistance for the duration of the Spring 2020 term.
We will remain operational through email and phone. SDRC’s main phone number is (909) 607-7419. This number will still be operational. We ask that people please leave a message and we will return their call as soon as we can. Email us for any questions or concerns.
The SDRC will continue to provide services for assistive technology support, student accommodation support, faculty support, and other services. We will have limited ability to proctor in-person exams and this can be arranged on a case-by-case basis. Faculty who are interested in how to ensure accommodations are made using the new online platforms can call or email for assistance. Meeting or training requests that can be filled by phone or Zoom will be accepted but no in-person meetings, training, or events will be held for the remainder of the Spring semester.
All students who have had after hours swipe access to the SDRC will no longer be able to access the build effective 5 pm Friday, March 13th.
The SDRC will be updating our webpage to reflect this information and will continue to update the webpage as more information becomes available. If things resolve before the end of the term we will return to campus and resume regular business hours.
Below you will find information and resources for each of the schools and the course delivery platforms that will be utilized;
Mudd students will be utilizing Google Meet which provides for real-time captioning.
For any support questions please contact the HelpDesk at 909.607.7777 or Email HMC IT.
Learn about Harvey Mudd’s Covid-19 response.
Pomona courses will be utilizing Sakai and Zoom. For all information regarding issues with platforms, please contact Pomona IT.
Learn about the accessibility features of Sakai.
Learn about the accessibility features of Zoom
Learn about Pomona’s Covid-19 response.
Learn about Pitzer’s Covid-19 response.
Pitzer will be using Zoom to deliver courses
CMC courses will be utilizing Zoom.
Learn about accessibility features of Zoom
Learn about CMC’s Covid-19 response
Learn about Scripps’ Covid-19 response
Zoom Video Conferencing (Zoom Enterprise/Pro) is now available to all Scripps faculty, staff, and students.
Zoom is an online communication and collaboration tool accessible by the internet (computers, tablets, smartphones) and telephone, providing unlimited videoconferencing, web-conferencing, and audio-conferencing, all with a highly intuitive and easy to use user-interface.
Getting Started Guides:
PLEASE NOTE: Use the link below to sign in and establish your enterprise account. Please do not use zoom’s main site to create a personal account as it must then be manually updated to the enterprise.
Scripps Zoom Site including sign-in page:
Scripps IT has deployed the Zoom application and Outlook plugins to all college-owned computers. Those needing assistance should contact Scripps IT
Learn about KGI’s Covid-19 response
The faculty will be utilizing Zoom. If you have any questions, please email KGI IT
Faculty are notifying their students about what platforms they will be using. Please contact your faculty to find out what platform you will be using.
For information relating to courses students, CGU email addresses will be the main source of communication.
Below are links for additional information:
The Student Disability Resource Center (SDRC) is the centralized resource center for support for students with disabilities across the 7C campus communities. The SDRC works closely with the Disability Coordinators on all the campuses to ensure that students receive academic support services and accommodations to empower them to achieve their academic goals while ensuring equitable treatment and access to all programs and activities across all campuses.
- Disability awareness training and workshops (to request please fill out the SDRC Program/Presentation Request Form)
- Instructional support for faculty
- Test proctoring
- Open study space
- Private rooms for therapy skype sessions
- Digital and online disability education resources
- Lending library/reading nook
- Assistive technology Loan Program
- Text Book Conversion Services