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New Student Orientation Seminars
The Admission and Recruitment offices conduct orientation seminars for new students and there is an online orientation available. Students are strongly urged to participate. Many questions about the College, its programs and its services can be answered during these seminars, and students have an opportunity to meet key personnel at the College who may be of help to them during their college career.

 
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Student Policy
Williamsburg Technical College is committed to the achievement of maximum human potential. In keeping with this, the College fully supports and complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The College endeavors to provide students, employees, and the community any opportunity for success with as few deterrents as possible. The College also strives to create a welcoming environment and will work in good faith to meet the needs of all populations. The following procedures are in place at the College to assist anyone with needs for accommodations and/or with general concerns covered by the ADA.
 
ADA Accommodations
An appointment with the Student Development Counselor or the Vice President for Student Affairs, located in the Office of Student Affairs, is strongly recommended for students with disabilities. Adherence to the following procedures insures the best possible service the institution can provide.
 
New Applicants
1. Students are responsible for providing the appropriate documentation of their disabilities to the Student Development Counselor or the Vice President for Student Affairs.
2. Students should schedule an appointment to take the COMPASS placement test so that classes at the appropriate level may be assigned. If accommodations need to be made for the placement test, students should notify the Student Development Counselor at least one week prior to the testing date. Documentation should be brought to this meeting, if it has not been submitted previously. Documentation must be on file and the necessary paperwork completed before accommodations can be made.
3. New applicants should note the date(s) for early registration or contact the Student Development Counselor to obtain this information. Upon enrolling in courses, each instructor will be notified and be required to sign an Accommodations Compliance form.
 
Returning Students
1. Students should note the date(s) for early registration or contact the Office of Student Affairs to obtain this information.
2. Students should schedule an appointment with the Student Development Counselor or the Vice President for Student Affairs each semester to complete an Accommodation Request form before Accommodations Compliance forms are forwarded to instructors.

 
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