Welcome to the Accessibility Resource Center!


The Accessibility Resource Center (A.R.C.) is Grossmont College's student disability support office. The A.R.C. offers academic accommodations, disability management, and support services as well as individualized career, academic, and personal counseling for students with disabilities and learning differences. 

October is Disability Awareness Month

Join us for events all month long!


  • A.R.C. Disability Month Kickoff
    • October 4th from10am to 3pm in Bldg 60-120
    • Join the Accessibility Resource Center (A.R.C.) as we kickoff Disability Awareness Month! Stop by the A.R.C. office to spin our prize wheel to win goodies, grab bags, and learn more about A.R.C. support services!
  • Workplace Accommodations & Career Panel

    • October 13th from 2 to 3:30pm in Bldg 53-552

    • Hear from people with disabilities about their education and employment journeys, and learn how they overcame challenges to reach their career goals! A brief presentation on Workplace Accommodations will also be provided.
  • Supporting Neurodiverse Students for Faculty & Staff

    • October 18th from 12 to 1:30pm in Bldg 53-552 

    • This workshop is designed for faculty and staff. Learn about instructional design and strategies in working with neurodiverse students. Learn about the A.R.C., academic accommodations, and services to support students and their academic success.
  • CODA Movie Screening & Discussion

    • October 20th from 3 to 5:30pm in Bldg 31-112 

    • Come see the screening and discussion of the Sundance Film Festival top winner and Academy Award Best Picture (2021) of the film, CODA (child of a deaf adult), directed by Siân Heder. Starring Marlee Matlin, Troy Kotsu, and Emilia Jones. This insightful film is about life in a Deaf family, American Sign Language, and the struggles that many deaf and hard-of-hearing families experience. Closed captioned [cc]. ASL interpreter provided for discussion.

Fall 2022 is Happening Now! 

Got Questions? Enrollment, Financial Aid, Technology?

Ask the Griffins virtual Help Center. 

  • Grossmont College Ambassadors are available to answer your questions from enrollment to financial aid and technology. They can also help with online class registration!

A.R.C. services are voluntary, confidential, and complies with the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) of 1974.

Mission: We strive to support Grossmont College in the inclusion of students with disabilities as independent, responsible, and productive members of the community.