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 ACCESS Center

Sophie Levandoski:
Director - ACCESS Center
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Federal Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the City Colleges of Chicago (CCC) makes every effort to integrate students with disabilities into all courses and programs. Accommodations, based on the documentation received and the needs of the student, are designed to ensure that students, who are otherwise qualified, receive equal access to all of CCC's programs and services. CCC does not alter fundamental academic requirements, but it makes reasonable accommodations for students with documented disabilities.                                                                                               

The mission of the  ACCESS Center (AC) at Wright is to partner with students with disabilities, faculty, and staff, to facilitate​ opportunities for them to have equal access to all of our programs and services. We are committed to creating a more diverse and inclusive campus community at Wright.                                                                     

AC Services

AC provides a variety of services to assist students with documented disabilities.                                             
AC Student Handbook​                                                 

Dual Enrollment Student Information​                                                    

Accommodations for CCC Placement Exams:                                            
Accommodations do extend to the CCC Placement Exams. A student will need to complete an AC Intake in order for their accommodations to be put in place for their CCC Placement exams.                                            
Please use the "CCC Placement Exam" link on the right-hand side of this page for further​ information regarding the CCC Placement Exams.​   

Intake, Submittng Documentation & Semester Accommodations  Request                                     

 ACESS Center Intakes, sumitting documentation and requesting semster accomomdations can now be done by logging into our student portal

  Please use the how-to guides below to locate the ACCESS Center Student Portal.

Sign Language Interpreters:                                            
All request for SLI must be made through the AC office. Please uses the link below for any SLI need at Wright campus.                                              
Sign-Language Interpreter Request Form                                               

Student Testing Accommodations:                                            
For any student with the approved accommodation of a reader and/or scribe or who need a AC proctor for an exam must complete the request form below.                                            
Testing Request Form (Reader, Scribe Proctor)                                                     

Assistive Technology                                           
For any student utilizing an adaptive piece of equipment on loan from the AC must complete the form below. Equipment must be returned and/or re-checked out at the end of each semester. Failure to return equipment will result on a hold on a students account.                                             
Software licensee  will be deactivated at the end of each semester. Renewal for licenses on a first come first serve basis for the students with the approved accommodations for the software.




Faculty & Staff

AC Faculty Quick Guide to Remote Learning​
AC Guide for Faculty and Staff​
AC Guide for Accessible Material ​                             
Working with Deaf & Hard of Hearing  Student                           
Working with Blind & Visually Impaired Students                           
Faculty Resource Center:                       
  Assistive Technology                           
         Ally    ​                      
 Close Captioning  ​                        
       Zoom     ​                      

Related Services

Webpage Accessibility: If you have trouble accessing this page and need to request an alternate format, please call (773) 481- 8015 or (773) 481 - 8016. Thank you.​

Contact Information

4300 North Narragansett Ave.
Learning Resource Center, L-135
Chicago , IL 60634
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Office hours:
Monday - Thursday 
9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

*Please call (773) 481-8015 for "between semester" hours.*


Student Resource Center:Assistive Technology                      

Note Taking/Recording Devices                                           
Smart Pen​                          
Tape Recorder ​                         
Glean  ​                       

Literacy & Reading Support      
Reading Pen      
Audiobooks ​  ​
Visual & Hearing Assistance                           
FM Systems   ​                       
Audiobooks ​                         

On-Line Learning                           
Zoom ​ ​                       
Ally  ​