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Student Accessibility Services

A supportive community resource, serving over 700 students every year.

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Empowering every student with opportunity for success.

York College of Pennsylvania is committed to providing our students with an education that prepares them for lives of passion and purpose. As we work to fulfill that mission, we are mindful that a meaningful college experience must be achievable for all students. Student Accessibility Services (SAS) at YCP offer support and assistance to ensure that students who have documented disabilities receive equal access to the campus, course content, and programming.

SAS staff determine eligibility for reasonable accommodations on a case-by-case basis through an individualized, interactive process. The College provides all students with equal opportunity to participate in all of our programs, activities, and services in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) as amended in 2008 and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. 

It is everyone's responsibility to make York College of Pennsylvania accessible to all. If you observe a barrier to accessibility at YCP, please complete this form.  

Accessibility at YCP

York College offers a variety of resources to help make our campus community accessible, welcoming, and easy to navigate for all students.


Services and Resources on Campus

Documentation Guidelines

Requirements and Eligibility

Testing Center

Welcoming, Accessible Test-Taking Spaces

Accessibility Resources

Additional Support and Opportunities


AIM and Resources

SAS Connections Program

Community and Connection

Delta Alpha Pi

Honor Society Theta Gamma Chapter


Digital and Printable Documentation and Useful Links


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SAS News

News and Updates from Student Accessibility Services

Support and Services

Students who would like to request an accommodation should begin the process by filling out the Student Accessibility Services Accommodation Request Form, which is available through the AIM system. All information in this application will be kept confidential. 

If you need to access any of our information in an alternate format, please contact Student Accessibility Services at 717.815.1717 or

Submit a Request

The AIM system is used to manage all information and communication related to students' accommodation requests. Students may use AIM to submit their accommodation request form, upload related documentation, schedule testing, or make an appointment with Student Accessibility Services. 

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The Testing Center in York College's Student Accessibility Services Department provides a state-of-the-art, comfortable test-taking environment for students with a variety of accommodation needs. Testing appointments may be scheduled through the AIM system. 

To contact the Testing Center, please email or call 717.815.2047.

Schedule a Test

Student Accessibility Services staff are here to help, whether you need guidance in obtaining accommodations or want to discuss your options. Our offices and Testing Center are housed on the bottom floor of the Humanities Center, conveniently located in the center of the College's Main Campus. 

To schedule an appointment, email or call 717.815.1717.

Our Mission

The mission of Student Accessibility Services (SAS) at York College of Pennsylvania is to provide equal opportunities and equal access to campus facilities, education, programs, goods and services for students with disabilities. Student Accessibility Services (SAS) collaborates with and empowers individuals who have documented disabilities by proactively engaging in an individualized, interactive process with students to determine reasonable and appropriate accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act (ADAAA) and other current legislation.

SAS is dedicated to being a community partner that provides advisement, consultation, professional development, and training on disability-related topics. This includes but not limited to, legal and regulatory compliance, access and equity, the proactive application of universal design, physical and electronic accessibility, and high school, college, and career transitions. Training, workshops, and resources are available to the College as well as the community.

The SAS is committed to fostering a welcoming, diverse, engaging, respectful, and inclusive community for all.

Student Accessibility Staff

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Lynda Garner
Lynda Garner
Testing Accommodations Coordinator
Student Accessibility Services
Julie Rasmuson
Julie Rasmuson
Director, Student Accessibility Services
Student Accessibility Services