Life at The North Coast / Disabilities Support / Disabilities Support Menu Student Events CalendarStudent LifeDownload Transcript Request FormStudent Support Student Complaint ProcedureLife in LakewoodTechnology at TheNCC Fashion Design Technology Fashion Merchandising Technology Graphic Design Technology Interior Design TechnologySafety and SecurityStudent HealthDisabilities Support ServicesDisclosuresStudent Resources Disability Support Services Expand The NCC has provided ease of access to its classrooms, restrooms and floor levels for those students who are physically disabled. Elevators are also readily accessible for reaching the upper and lower levels of the institution. Handicap designated parking is also available at the front and rear of the building. The college responds to individual requests for accessibility improvements in regards to facilities. Constant efforts are also made to improve access overall for students, faculty, staff and visitors; maintain accessible features; inform users of accessible facilities and routes; move services and classes to accessible locations with notice; and respond to individual requests in a timely manner. In design of new facilities and renovation projects, compliance with all accessibility of the Ohio Building Code, as well as the Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines (ADAAG) is the goal of all campus planning efforts. Disability services are overseen by the Director of Student Affairs. Individual requests regarding accessibility issues should be directed to the ADA/Section 504 Coordinator, John Mendrea, at 216-221-8584 or email@example.com. Academic Disability Accommodations Expand The NCC encourages students seeking academic accommodations to initiate contact with the office of Student Affairs. Students with disabilities should register for services once admitted or registered for classes. After registering, students will be required to submit appropriate documentation, which is confidentially reviewed by the Director of Student Affairs. A student with an academic disability who plans to request accommodations should contact John Mendrea, Director of Student Affairs at 216-221-8584 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to schedule an appointment. Prospective students are welcome to meet with the Coordinator of Disability Services at any point during their college-selection process to receive information about services provided by the office, and/or to discuss documentation requirements. An appointment can be requested by contacting the Department of Student Affairs at 216-221-8584 or email@example.com.