"The Student Disability Resource Center (SDRC) is dedicated to helping students achieve their academic goals by providing
accommodations, assisting in mediation between students and faculty and providing student focus workshops
on topics such as time management and study skills. We also provide training to faculty and staff on topics related to
working with students with disabilities, Universal Design and Disability as Identity."
Catherine Calhoun is the Director of the Student Disability Resource Center of the Claremont Colleges Services.
Lisette Sanchez is the Office Coordinator of the Student Disability Resource Center of the Claremont Colleges Services. She is committed to providing resources for students with disabilities and assisting them throughout their academic careers. She enjoys working with students from diverse sociocultural backgrounds and is the chair of the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee. Being a member of this committee provides her with the opportunity to contribute to Claremont Colleges Services, in providing an environment that values the many differences in identities, experiences, ability, and thought that exist among the members of our community. She was recognized as an employee who is a good performer; exemplifies TCCS core values of customer service, accountability, professionalism, and respect; and as one who likes to have fun prompting her to be apart of the Employee Engagement Committee.
On a more personal level, Lisette was raised on the beautiful Hawaiian island of O’ahu. She grew up dancing hula, playing water polo, competing for swim, as well as cheerleading. The proud mother of two beautiful young girls and three handsome young boys is happily married. During her free time, she loves spending time with her family, traveling, reading, and cooking. She is thrilled to be a part of the Student Disability Resource Center here The Claremont Colleges.
Adrienne Jaime is a second-year History/ Archival Studies M.A. student at CGU. She has had a deep passion for History since she was a kid and hopes to become an archivist in the near future. Previously Adrienne had focused her research on the history of 19th century Los Angeles, but is fascinated by the histories and lives of ordinary persons who frequently are left out of the history books. Her interest spread out along many categories. Adrienne is an avid reader and has a knack for knowing random trivia. She greatly enjoys watching films, classic and contemporary, drawing, crocheting scarves and trying to learn new skills (and failing usually but it’s a process). Adrienne also likes a nice nature walk/ hike during the cooler months. She has a keen interest in working with the students who come to the SDRC. So stop by and feel free to ask questions.