Section Two: Using Disability Services and Accommodations

Mobility Assistance / Shuttle Service

Greg's Mobility Assistance Shuttle

Location: Registration and Student Services Building (RSS) Room 141
Phone: 408-864-8412

A wheelchair-accessible courtesy shuttle service is available to students with temporary or permanent disabilities that affect their mobility. Transport to classrooms on a regularly scheduled basis or for special appointments may be arranged. The shuttle service operates between major campus buildings and is available from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Steps to arrange for shuttle service:
    • The top priority is to provide shuttle services to and from classes
    • Shuttle service to special on-campus appointments or activities must be prearranged and are only available when the regular class transportation schedules permit it
    • The student must meet the shuttle at the designated meeting place and time
    • The student must notify Mobility Services as soon as possible if they will not meet a regularly scheduled pick-up. Failure to notify three (3) times in a quarter may result in suspension of their Mobility Service
    • If your class finishes early, call Mobility Services and wait at the appointed place.
    • It is the student’s responsibility to inform Mobility Services if changes occur that affect their mobility service needs
    • Shuttle service may be provided, as available, for emergency situations (such as after a fall, wheelchair malfunctions, unexpected heavy rain, etc.)
    • Seat belts and ties-down are to be used at all times and safety instructions are to be observed
    • Shuttle service may be cancelled due to driver absence, mechanical problems or for other unforeseen reasons

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Section One: Coming to De Anza College

Section Two: Using Disability Services and Accommodations

General / College-Wide Accommodations and Services

Instructional / Classroom Accommodations and Services:

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Legal Aspects

Concerns and Complaints

Section Three: Disability Support Programs & Services Instruction

Section Four: Success Strategies

Section Five: Campus and Community Life

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