Dear DRC students:

The DRC will continue to operate via a virtual work environment due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Your DRC Advisor can assist you remotely, or if you prefer an in-person appointment please call 801-957-4659.

If you have other questions or concerns please see the methods listed below:

  • If you have technology concerns please contact Jamie Bird at 801-957-4506. 
  • If you need assistance with ASL interpreting or captioning please contact
  • General questions regarding the DRC will be answered by calling 801-957-4659. 
  • If you wish to confer with your DRC Advisor please email your advisor directly, or email
  • Students who need double time for testing will be accommodated through Canvas. Concerns? Please contact your instructor. 
  • Testing Centers are closed until further notice, questions may be directed to 
  • Paperless fax line number: 801-997-7500

The Disability Resource Center is here to facilitate inclusion and equal access for all students and provide accommodations to students with disabilities.

DRC Welcome Video

We can provide you with a variety of individualized accommodations and resources, including applying for admission, classroom-related assignments, campus event access, and more.

We’re glad you’re at SLCC and we want to help you understand how to use the services available to you. To get started, fill out the new DRC Student Application form below, then call us to set an appointment at 801-957-4659.

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Note: Approved and Returning students please log into accommodate to request accommodations

  1. Login to MySLCC
  2. Click on the “Academics & Records” tab
  3. Look at the top right side of the page “Disability Resource Center”
  4. Click on the Accommodate Login
  5. You now have access to Accommodate!

Accommodate is used to request your accommodations for each semester and request appointments to take a test. If you need assistance logging in please contact your DRC Advisors with questions.

Accessible garden plots available now for $15 during the 2020 growing season. Save $10 by reserving your space now. We offer accessible paths at Jordan and Redwood campuses, table height garden beds, sustainable gardening within your reach, easy-grip tools, service learning to empower students, staff, faculty and the community. Call 385-645-3461 or email Funds are used to proved soil, supplies, tools, and staffing for the campus gardens. In partnership with the Thayne Center and the DRC.