Student Accessibility Services Guide

What is Student Accessibility Services (SAS)?

  • Student Accessibility Services (SAS) is committed to supporting students with documented disabilities by providing reasonable accommodations. The mission of these reasonable accommodations are to ensure equity in education at Sussex County Community College.

Am I an incoming SCCC student?

Once you have registered for courses:

  • Apply now. Once you have completed the application for admissions you will receive an email indicating your acceptance. You will also be give a student identification number (Student ID)
  • Follow the steps towards course registration as outlined in your acceptance letter

Once accepted:

  • Schedule an intake appointment
  • Intake appointments for the fall semester begin in early summer and for spring in December.
  • Intake appointments do not need to be conducted each semester.
  • Intake appointments last approximately 45 minutes to which students will be required to provide all related documentation, e.g., IEP’s, 504 Plans, previous academic accommodations, medical documentation.
  • An accommodation letter will be produced for the student to give to their instructors. This letter informs the instructor that the student is enrolled in Student Accessibility Services and is eligible for the specific accommodations documented. The student must present this letter to their instructors in order to receive the documented accommodations.

At any point, please feel free to reach out to Student Accessibility Services with any questions. Phone: 973-300-2153 Email: