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What are SNAP Services?

SNAP (Students Needing Access Parity)

SNAP Services provides assistance and guidance to students with a documented disability to ensure equal access to all programs and services of the College.

Who Should Apply?

  • Students with a documented learning disability, attention deficit, physical disability or psychological disability
  • Students who received accommodations in high school
  • Students who have extreme difficulty with language or mathematics courses despite studying an inordinate amount of time

How do I apply?

  • Complete a SNAP application form, which can be obtained on the Center for Disability Services (CDS) website or by calling 843.953.1431.
  • Submit the application and required documents to CDS/SNAP Services.
  • Students will receive a letter of approval or denial within two to four weeks.If approved,make an appointment with a SNAP administrator to identify the services available to you; if denied,you may appeal to the Faculty Committee on Academic Standards.

Services Provided

Once a student is approved,SNAP Services provides:

  • special advising and registration;
  • reasonable accommodations specific to individual needs,based on medical documentation or psycho-educational assessment;
  • communication with instructors, upon request,to
  • make them aware of individual student needs and to identify reasonable accommodations;
  • assistive technology (including reading software, Dragon Naturally Speaking, JAWS and Zoom Text);
  • alternative courses to foreign language and mathematics/logic requirements if need is documented.

(If math is considered to be an essential component of the student’s major- a major in education or business,for example- alternatives to math/logic may not be used.)

Contact Us

Telephone: 843.953.1431
Fax: 843.953.7731
SC Relay System: 711 (within SC) or 1.800.735.2905 nationally

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