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Including most Fall Semester classes through December, MCCC is operating remotely, with the physical West Windsor and Trenton campuses currently closed except for limited classes and other college-sanctioned activities.  Refer to Ongoing Sources and Support for Student Success as well as MCCC Remote / COVID-19 Information & Resources for matters vital to all, including plans for returning to campus.

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Center for Inclusion, Transition and Accessibility

Effective Monday, March 23, Mercer County Community College will move face-to-face (on campus) instruction to remote platforms (online). That means students will be receiving their instruction in an online format. Please look in your Mercer student portal for your class on Blackboard. Each of your classes will have important information on the Blackboard link in your Portal.

During this time, the CITA staff are here to help. We will continue to provide a full range of services. Please click here for CITA staff contact information in order to reach out by telephone or email. We look forward to working with you.

 
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Center for Inclusion, Transition and Accessibility

C.I.T.A.

CITA will continue to provide a full range of remote services. Use the link/button below to access the forms for remote services.

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Welcome

Mercer County Community College is deeply committed to ensuring student success. The Center for Inclusion, Transition and Accessibility facilitates the success of students with disabilities by providing intensive support including:

  • Outreach to incoming students prior to admission
  • A scheduled comprehensive intake interview
  • Placement test practice material and testing accommodations
  • Ongoing advisement and registration assistance
  • Appropriate academic modifications
  • Free academic tutoring through the MCCC Learning Center
  • Development of self-advocacy skills

The mission of The Center for Inclusion, Transition and Accessibility is to work collaboratively with faculty and students toward the development of accessible and inclusive learning environments characterized by student engagement fostering intellectual and personal growth.

The College recognizes disability as an aspect of diversity and The Center works to ensure inclusive learning environments both by encouraging the college community to examine accessibility and through the delivery of effective academic accommodations to qualified individuals. Mercer County Community College complies with section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 {ADA}.

 
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C I T A

All college programs are open to qualified individuals who, with reasonable accommodations, meet the academic and technical standards of a program of study. Students who are dissatisfied with an accommodation determination may appeal to the college Affirmative Action Officer at (609) 570-3635.

Mercer County Community College complies with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA). For more information on Universal Design for Learning, information regarding the needs of students with disabilities or information regarding the provision of academic accommodations, please visit:

The Center for Inclusion, Transition and Accessibility
Room LB 216
609-570-3422

Contact:
Arlene Stinson, stinsona@mccc.edu
Lisa Ward, wardl@mccc.edu
Susan Onaitis, onaitiss@mccc.edu