Student Life and Student Services
Center for Access and Assistive Technology
(formerly Disability Resource Center)
The Hudson Valley Community College
Center for Access and Assistive Technology is a
National Voter Registration Act (NVRA)
voter registration site.

The college's Center for Access and Assistive Technology works to assist all qualified students with disabilities in the pursuit of their educational objectives. We attempt to coordinate the students' needs with services and resources available within our college system, and to ensure accessible educational opportunities for students according to their individual needs.

Our philosophy is that the individuals we serve are students first, and their disabilities are secondary. The office strives to coordinate services that will enable students with disabilities to act as independently as possible in a supportive atmosphere that promotes self-reliance. It is the students' choice whether or not they utilize the available services.

Student with disability opening doorA pre-admissions visit to the college is highly recommended to all applicants. Persons with special needs are urged to visit early, preferably during their junior year of high school. The Admissions Office and the Center for Access and Assistive Technology should be contacted for an appointment.

Phone: (518) 629-7154
TDD: (518) 629-7596
Fax: (518) 629-4831
Location: Siek Campus Center - Room 130

The mission of the Center for Access and Assistive Technology at Hudson Valley Community College is to provide a comprehensive learning environment that promotes self-awareness and independence in a welcoming, supportive and technologically accessible educational setting.

Our goal is to ensure students with disabilities the same opportunities to fully participate in all programs and activities provided by the college.

The center is also committed to promoting access and awareness as a resource to all members of the community.