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Assistance for Students with Disabilities

Students with disabilities (e.g., mobility, speech, hearing, learning, vision, intellectual, mental health, acquired brain injury, autism, and attention deficit) are invited to request assistance from Special Programs and Services for the Disabled office. Services include, but are not limited to: interpreting services, note taking, registration assistance, academic counseling, materials/equipment (i.e., digital recorder, Smart Pen, enlarged print materials, accessible classroom furniture, and alternate format textbooks and materials), and test proctoring. Coastline also offers comprehensive programs and services to qualified students with intellectual disabilities, acquired brain injuries, and adapted fitness. Students with temporary or permanent disabilities who are interested in enrolling in Coastline classes or one of the specialized programs are encouraged to call the Special Programs Office for assistance and a confidential intake at (714) 241-6214 or email at The Special Programs and Services Office is located on the first floor of the Newport Beach Campus. Visit the Coastline Disability Services webpage.