Apply to be a Peer Notetaker
The Student Access & Disability Service office recruits peer notetakers for qualified students with disabilities in select courses. Peer notetakers take lecture notes for a course they are already enrolled in and share their notes with a classmate with a disability in the same course. Peer notetakers may be eligible for a stipend or volunteer certificate as an appreciation for their service during the semester. Peer notetakers must take clear and legible notes and have a history of good attendance in class. If you're interested in this opportunity, complete this brief notetaker application.
ADA/Section 504 Compliance
Elgin Community College complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 to ensure that no students, employees, visitors, or other beneficiaries of the ADA encounter discrimination on the basis of their disability. All college facilities, services, and programs must be accessible to students, employees, and visitors with disabilities unless doing so would be an undue burden to the college. ECC can provide reasonable accommodations to qualified students with disabilities for successful entrance into and completion of courses, but students should note that the college is not required to, nor should it, compromise on program admissions or essential course requirements. Qualified students with disabilities must contact the Student Access and Disabilities Services Office to request reasonable accommodations.