Special assistance is available for qualified students in the following areas:

  • Priority Registration
    • Pre-Enrollment Advisement                                                                                        
  • Special Equipment
    • Text to Voice                                                                         
    • Screen Enhancement
    • E-book information and referral
  • Counseling
    • Disability Issues
    • Referal, Career Counseling, etc.
  • Support & Referral
    • Advocacy & Support
    • Information & Referral
  • Accomodation
    • Additional Testing Time
    • Priority Classroom Seating etc.
  • Interpreters
    • Readers/Scribes
    • Sign Interpreters/CART

Funding is available through a Carl Perkins grant for qualified students
enrolled in a vocational/technical program. Please visit the Resources for Students page for details.

Students who request accommodations must self-identify to the Office of Special Services and provide proper documentation from a medical physician and/or other qualified professionals. Guidelines for proper documentation may be printed from the link below. 
Contact Information:                         Links:

Phone:         409-944-1220          Registration Process for Services

Fax:            409-944-1501          Specific Documentation Guidelines

Email:        High School to College Transition


The Galveston College Office of Special Services strives to coordinate services that will enable students with special needs to act as independently as possible in a supportive atmosphere that promotes educational success. A variety of programs, services and related activities are designed to provide educational support to students who self-identify as having a disability.

The Special Services staff works with faculty, administrators and students toward the goal of complying with state and federal regulations while integrating the student with special needs into the college community. Galveston College Office of Special Services provides students with assistance and information in meeting the requirements of Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1972 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.

Additional information is available through the Office of Special Services located in the Counseling Center located on the first floor of Moody Hall.

It is the policy of Galveston College to provide equal opportunities without regard to age, race, color,religion,national origin,gender,disability,genetic information or veteran status.

                                                                                                                                                                        Revised 08-30-13

Updated 2/26/2014 - Content Author jsmith