• Welcome to the Accessibility Resource Center!


    The Accessibility Resource Center (A.R.C.) is a student services program that provides access to education for Grossmont College students with disabilities and learning differences. The A.R.C. offers academic accommodations, disability management, and support services as well as individualized career, academic, and personal counseling to support your academic success.

    A.R.C. Info Session for Incoming Students, April 15th @ 3pm on Zoom

    This virtual info session will give you all you need to know about accessing academic accommodations and disability support services for Grossmont College classes.  All high school seniors, who plan to attend Grossmont College and currently have an IEP, 504 Plan, or an educational impact due to a disability are encouraged to attend.  Online registration is required.

    A.R.C. Response to COVID-19 Pandemic

    • Grossmont College campus and the A.R.C. office are currently closed for in-person, public access in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Grossmont College and the A.R.C. are open and currently operating in a "virtual campus" environment. Classes are still in session and have mostly been moved online.


    The A.R.C. is providing services to students online. Academic accommodations and disability support services are available remotely (online). 

    More Info:

    A.R.C. students can now book appointments ONLINE

    Are you a new Grossmont College A.R.C student? 

    Learn about the A.R.C. and getting started. Book your A.R.C. intake appointment by e-mailing us at grossmont.arc@gcccd.edu

    General Questions? Ask the Virtual Help Desk. Zoom Help Desk Now

    • Your friendly Grossmont College Ambassadors are available to answer your Grossmont College questions at the Virtual Help Desk 
    • The A.R.C. team will be available at the Virtual Help Desk to answer your A.R.C. questions
      •  Monday - Wednesday 1pm - 3pm
      • Thursday 10am - 12pm

    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.