Irvine Valley College strives to create an inclusive environment that offers accommodation services for students as well as faculty, staff, and visitors to the college. We seek to meet the accessibility goals of state and federal laws and regulatory agencies including the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and California Code of Regulations Title 5: Nondiscrimination. Board Policy 3425 requires full compliance with the requirements of the ADA Act. Consistent with that policy, disability accommodations will be provided as needed for program access, upon request.
IVC’s Disabled Students Programs & Services (DSPS) department provides support services, academic adjustments, and auxiliary aids to students with a disability, allowing them to fully participate and benefit from an equitable college experience. For more information, call 949-451-5368 or email email@example.com.
For students who do not wish to register with DSPS, please submit your contact information to the 504 Accommodation Request Form.
If you are an IVC employee requesting an accommodation for a campus event for students, please complete the Campus Event Accommodation Request Form.
If you are attending a community event hosted by IVC, please complete the Community Event Accommodation Request Form.
If you are requesting an alternate format of an IVC publication, please complete the Alternate Format Request Form.
The South Orange County Community College District (SOCCCD) strives to sustain a working environment that fosters and celebrates diversity, promotes and rewards excellence and is welcoming to all.
SOCCCD’s Board Policy 4015 aims to create a more inclusive environment where all employees can readily and efficiently ask for and receive reasonable accommodation(s) necessary to reach their full potential at work while Administrative Regulation 4015 provides detailed guidelines regarding reasonable accommodations for employees/applicants.
Employee Accommodations Contact:
ADA Compliance and Leave Administration Manager
Website: The IVC website adheres to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.0 Level AA). To monitor its progress with this effort, the IVC web and content team uses various compliance software and tools to assure the platform is accessible, while the design team uses standard accessibility tools and checkers, including those provided by Adobe Acrobat Pro and Microsoft Office, to assure that documents are accessible.
To report an accessibility barrier on our website, please email IVC's Office of Marketing and Creative Services.
Physical Barrier: To report a physical barrier on campus, please email IVC's Director of Facilities.
Martha McDonald, EdD