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We're Here For You

On behalf of the staff of Disability Services & Programs for Students (DSPS), we are pleased to have this opportunity to Welcome you to Modesto Junior College (MJC). It is our sincere hope that all of your goals are realized during your attendance here. MJC is dedicated to servicing the community, and we provide an innovative college experience for students. Modesto Junior College is known for popular academic programs, noteworthy college activities, athletics, and for special facilities that cater to top academic programs.

MJC is committed to transforming lives through programs and services informed by the latest scholarship of teaching and learning. The DSPS dedicated staff and faculty provide several accommodations and services, including test-taking facilitation, specialized counseling, interpreter services, scribes, and alternate media services. Several resources on the DSPS website is designed with you in mind, and we invite you to explore the amenities we have for you.

DSPS Faculty & Staff

 Our DSPS Staff stand in front of the MJC East Campus Student Services BuildingThe DSPS team has an efficient and friendly office staff that can answer your questions and provide you with the help you need. The Office serves both prospective and current students who have documented disabilities and request services.

The DSPS front office staff assists students with the application process by phone and in person. They schedule appointments for advising, assist with student concerns, answer questions regarding DSPS programs and services offered, testing accommodations, priority registration, and more.

DSPS also has staff that are testing administrators for course related quizzes and exams given to qualifying students. Testing accommodations can include extra time, reading and writing assistance, and enlarged print. Tests must be arranged four days in advance, and tests requested for a different day or time are only with instructor approval. The Testing Center on the East Campus is located in Journalism Building, Room 155, and on West Campus Yosemite Hall, Room 115A.

Apply to Disability Services & Programs for Students

To be considered for DSPS, please complete and submit the application packet including the verification of disability to the East Campus DSPS office in Student Services Building 112.

  1. Download Steps to Become a DSPS Student in Pdf
    OR Download Steps to Become a DSPS Student in Word
  2. Download Application Packet in Pdf(fillable form)
    After completing the application email the form as an attachment to:
    OR Download Application Packet in Word
  3. ONLY download Verification of Disability form (fillable form, already included in packet)

Change of Mailing Address

Please complete this form and email to to update your mailing address.
Download Change of Mailing Address Form in Pdf
OR Download Change of Mailing Address Form in Word

For your information


Late Arrival Notice

To allow for sufficient time in the counseling appointments, it will be considered a NO SHOW after a:
   • 5-minute late arrival to a 30-minute appointment
   • 10-minute late arrival to a 1-hour appointment
   • 10-minute late arrival to a learning disability testing appointment

After a student is a NO SHOW, it is the counselor's discretion to take the next student that is waiting,
complete paperwork, or leave the office to conduct business.

Notice of Complaint Process

DSPS is dedicated to providing students with disabilities access to postsecondary education through supportive services and/or instruction. If you have any questions regarding the complaint procedures or a complaint that has been submitted, please contact the DSPS Coordinator, Jacquelyn Forte:
(209) 575-6225

You may also contact the Vice President of Student Services/Title IX Campus Coordinator, Flerida Arias:
(209) 575-6060

Yosemite Community College District Board Policy and Administrative Procedures No. 3435 (Discrimination and Harassment Complaints and Investigations)
Link to document

Unlawful Discrimination Complaint Form
Link to document

Notice of Non-discrimination

Modesto Junior College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities. For inquiries concerning Title IX, visit the YCCD District Title IX Website.

Voter Registration is Accessible to All

Students with disabilities have the right to voter registration opportunities. For more information, please ask one of the Disability Services personnel, or visit the Voter’s Registration link at

Alternate Media Services

Who needs to make an appointment?
  • Students making requests for the semester
  • Students learning a specific software program (must be approved by a DSPS counselor)
  • Students needing more help with software
Who does NOT need to make an appointment?

(Please note that you may have to wait if there is another student being helped)

  • Students submitting a form for loaned equipment (must be approved by a DSPS counselor)
  • Students picking up and dropping off loaned equipment
  • Students dropping off a receipt
  • Student updating a request form
  • Students dropping off materials to be converted into an accessible format