Accessibility at MC

Accessibility at MC


Montgomery College is committed to providing equal access and opportunities to persons with disabilities, including education, employment, programs, services, and activities. Accessibility@MC provides information to guide students, employees, and visitors towards support services, information, and resources. As employees of Montgomery College, we all play a role in removing barriers to education.

Please feel free to contact with any questions or suggestions to better support the Montgomery College community.

Request Accommodations and Services

Accommodations are facilitated by multiple departments and units across the campuses.  Select your role as a student, employee, or a visitor/guest to explore available accommodations and services.

For students, Disability Support Services (DSS) provides accommodations and support services for students with documented disabilities. Find out how to initiate the process and receive more information about services on the Disability Support Services website.

Contact Disability Support Services at

Germantown Campus 240-567-7770
Rockville Campus 240-567-5058
Takoma Park/Silver Springs Campus 240-567-1480

Accommodations may be requested by completing an Employee Reasonable Accommodatin Request Form. The instructions and packet may be downloaded from the Human Resources and Strategic Talent Management Website. 

Equal access to programs and services are facilitated by the hosting office, department, or program.  While they coordinate accommodations for that specific event or program, Disability Support Services and/or the Director of ADA Compliance can put you in touch with the appropriate person.

Help is also available from our Response Center at 240-567-5000.  They are generally available Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Emergency Evacuation Plans

Explore evacuation options and develop a personal emergency plan using the personal emergency plan guidelines.

Law, Policy, and Guidelines

Montgomery College shall adhere to Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (1990), ADAAA 2009, with respect to providing reasonable accommodations as necessary to afford equal access to our programs, goods and services for qualified persons with disabilities.

Accessibility Laws

Montgomery College Accessibility Policies

Accessibility Guidelines


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