Welcome! We’re all about access!
All currently enrolled students with disabilities who desire improved access at Volunteer State Community College are invited to register for academic accommodations through Disability Services (DS). We now use an online registration and accommodation management system called AIM, which allows students to independently request and manage the accommodation process anytime, anywhere. Please choose the button below that most closely represents what you want to do.
Before your registration for accommodations can be complete, you must provide professional documentation of your disability to the DS office. You’ll have an opportunity to upload your documentation into AIM when you use the link above to fill out an application. If your documentation is not yet available to upload, it may also be emailed at a later date to firstname.lastname@example.org or personally delivered to the DS office in the Ramer Administration Building, Suite 176.
If you’re not sure what documentation you need to provide, please view our Documentation Requirements information sheet.
In addition to arranging classroom accommodations and promoting universal access, Disability Services supports students through advocacy, mentoring, referral and the provision of:
- Alternate Format Textbooks
- Assistive Technology/Orientation
- Assisted Listening Devices
- Braille Materials
- Sign Language Interpreters/CART Services
Campus Access Issues
If you experience any issues with physical access on campus, please notify Disability Services on Monday - Friday between the hours of 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. If an access issue or concern occurs after hours and needs to be addressed immediately, please contact Campus Police at (615) 230-3595
Students who live in Tennessee and are totally and permanently disabled (TPD), may apply for a TPD Fee Waiver. Students must:
- Apply for admission to the college and meet eligibility guidelines as outlined by the Department of Admissions
- Not be working at an occupation that brings an income
- Not have an open file with Vocational Rehabilitation
- Submit proof of a total and permanent disability to the Office of Disability Services
- Not register for classes prior to 4 weeks before the start of the semester nor have permits for classes prior to 4 weeks before the start of the semester
A service fee of $70 per semester is the responsibility of the student. Additional course fees may apply and are also the responsibility of the student. These fees may include: textbooks, incluEd fees, online course fees, science fees, music fees, radiology fees, veterinary technology fees, material fees, uniforms/special clothing, equipment, and other fees. Please see the current catalog for additional information.
Students who are at least 24 years old or are considered independent students, and who have not yet earned an associate’s degree or higher are encouraged to visit the VSCC Financial Aid office to see if they qualify for Tennessee Reconnect which does not carry the $70 per semester service fee.