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Accessibility Resource Center
Phone: (619) 644-7112
Fax: (619) 644-7980



  • Building 60-120


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  • Mon & Thurs
    8 am - 6 pm  

  • Friday

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  • The Accessibility Resource Center (A.R.C.) is a student services program that provides access to education for students with disabilities at Grossmont College. 

    Important Announcement


    Grossmont College campus is currently closed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and California's Stay-at-Home order. However, classes are still in session. In-person classes have been moved to an online format, a "virtual campus," and all classes are currently taught online.

    The A.R.C. is still providing services to students; all supports are now being delivered remotely (online).

    A.R.C. students can now book appointments online!
     Use the "Schedule e-Counseling
    Appointment" button in the left column of this page to book an appointment with an A.R.C. Counselor/Specialist.

    New to Grossmont College or new to the A.R.C.?
     Book your A.R.C. intake appointment by e-mailing us at

    Contact Us!

    • Email:
    • Phone:  619-644-7112
      • Callers who are hard-of-hearing or TTY Users, please dial CA Relay Services at 1-800-735-2922 (or 711)

    More Info:


    How to book an A.R.C. counseling appointment online


    Available services may include:

    • Priority Registration
    • Academic Accommodations
    • Test Proctoring
    • Disability Support
    • Academic Counseling
    • Career Exploration
    • Personal Counseling
    • Assistive Technology

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


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