Student Accessibility Services

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Student Accessibility Services has relocated to the first floor of Main campus, Room E106. The High Tech Lab is open Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday from 9AM-4PM and Fridays from 8:30AM-12:30PM

Virtual Services are available on Cranium Café.


Student Accessibility Services (SAS) welcomes you to Lake Tahoe Community College and the High-Tech Lab. Here at LTCC, students with disabilities do just as well as the student body as a whole. We know that your potential as a quality student is strong! We look forward to working with you as you embark on your college adventure.

The purpose of the Student Accessibility Services (SAS) department is:

    1. To assist students with disabilities so they can participate in and benefit from classes and programs at the college.
    2. To assist the district/college administration, staff, and faculty in complying with legal mandates regarding access to all of its programs, classes, and services for students, staff, and members of the public who have disabilities.
    3. To provide outreach, education, and collaboration to community agencies and members of the public who serve current and future students with disabilities.

Our Philosophy and Mission Statement

  • Philosophy

We believe:

          • All students have the potential for growth and success.
          • All students have the right to be treated with respect.
          • The diversity brought to the campus by students with disabilities enriches the overall college learning environment.
          • Education is a process of mutual responsibility in which students benefit by participating actively in meeting their educational goals.

The diverse needs of students with disabilities are best met in an environment that (is):

          • Accessible, inclusive, and supportive.
          • Provides fair and consistent treatment.
          • Encourages independence and self-advocacy.
          • Recognizes and respects each student’s unique strengths and barriers.
  • Mission Statement

The mission of Student Accessibility Services is to promote self-confidence in an educational environment while fostering student independence. Student Accessibility Services is committed to the establishment of a positive learning environment focusing on academic integrity, sensitivity to our students, creating a springboard for change and, ultimately, the achievement of academic success. In Student Accessibility Services, our students come first, and their individual needs are the focal point to attaining these goals.



Kellie Greiner
Student Accessibility Services Director
Room E106-B
(530) 541-4660 x 249
Beth Marinelli-Laster
Learning Disability Specialist
Room E106-A
(530) 541-4660 x 249
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Nicole Kruczynski
Student Accessibility Services Technician
Room E106
(530) 541-4660 x 249


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