Important Update:

Because of COVID-19 restrictions, the SAS Counselors and Staff are primarily providing services and accommodations remotely.

SAS is here to support you

Step 1: Apply to Ohlone 

View the full application process on the Admissions and Records-New Students page. 

*Once your application is submitted you will receive a Student ID number within 1-3 business days via email*
 

Step 2: Disability Verification

Submit documentation that verifies your disability to sas@ohlone.edu.

Examples Include:

  • IEP or 504 Plan and
  • Psycho-Educational Report
  • Latest High School Transcript

Or

  • Medical Documentation signed by a medical professional
  • Latest High School Transcript

Step 3: Set up your student portal

  • Login to MyOhlone to set up your account.
  • Take the placement summary and orientation

*The Placement Summary must be completed before your intake appointment with one of our SAS Counselors.*

Step 4: Complete your intake appointment with an SAS Counselor 

Once your documentation has been reviewed, and you have completed the Placement Assessment, you will be contacted via email by the SAS Program Assistant to schedule an intake appointment.

The SAS Counselor will help you develop an Education Plan to determine the classes in which you should enroll each semester as well as identify your educational limitations and create an Academic Accommodation Plan.

Step 1: Apply to Ohlone 

Any student who has missed a semester or longer will need to re-apply to Ohlone College.

View the full application process on the Admissions and Records-New Students page. 

*You will still have your same student ID number when you return to Ohlone.*

Step 2: Disability Verification

Contact the SAS Office, 510-659-6079 or sas@ohlone.edu.

  • We may still have your documentation verifying your disability on file or achieved.
  • If we no longer have your documentation on file, we will assist you on how to obtain documentation to verify your disability.
  • You will need to schedule an appointment to meet with a SAS Counselor for an intake appointment to reinstate your file and accommodations.

Submit documentation that verifies your disability to sas@ohlone.edu.

Examples Include:

  • IEP or 504 Plan and
  • Psycho-Educational Report
  • Latest High School Transcript

Or

  • Medical Documentation signed by a medical professional
  • Latest High School Transcript

Step 3: Complete your intake appointment with an SAS Counselor 

Once your documentation has been reviewed, and you have completed the Placement Assessment, you will be contacted via email by the SAS Program Assistant to schedule an intake appointment.

The SAS Counselor will help you develop an Education Plan to determine the classes in which you should enroll each semester as well as identify your educational limitations and create an Academic Accommodation Plan.

 

Welcome back to SAS!

Differences between High School and College

If you are a new student that has recently graduated High School, we recommend looking at the page below.

Differences Between High School and College

The transition to college can be daunting for all new students and we want to give you the best start we can. 

Step 1: Apply to Ohlone 

View the full application process on the Admissions and Records-New Students page. 

*Once your application is submitted you will receive a Student ID number within 1-3 business days via email*
 

Step 2: Disability Verification

Submit documentation that verifies your disability to sas@ohlone.edu(link sends e-mail).

Examples Include:

  • IEP or 504 Plan and
  • Psycho-Educational Report
  • Latest High School Transcript

Or

  • Medical Documentation signed by a medical professional
  • Latest High School Transcript

Step 3: Set up your student portal

  • Login to MyOhlone to set up your account.
  • Take the placement summary and orientation

*The Placement Summary must be completed before your intake appointment with one of our SAS Counselors.*

Step 4: Complete your intake appointment with an SAS Counselor 

Once your documentation has been reviewed, and you have completed the Placement Assessment, you will be contacted via email by the SAS Program Assistant to schedule an intake appointment.

The SAS Counselor will help you develop an Education Plan to determine the classes in which you should enroll each semester as well as identify your educational limitations and create an Academic Accommodation Plan.