If you received academic accommodations and/or supports while in high school or other post-secondary institutes, we will assist to remove barriers to learning. Academic accommodations is considered for ALL students and reviewed on a case by case basis.
We accommodate students with various learning disabilities and/or physical or mental barriers. Our Student Success Centers are equipped with assistive technology to support learning in many forms guided by our Learning Strategists who support students to develop a comprehensive individual learning plan.
To get started: Self-Identify
- Complete the Accessibility Services Form (pdf) or contact the College Admissions Service (CAS) at 1 888 796 NBCC. Submit this form with your application to CAS. It is important to note this will NOT affect acceptance. If you meet entrance requirements for acceptance, this will allow NBCC to work with you to identify early learning needs. After paying your $250 confirmation deposit upon acceptance, be sure to submit this form if you haven’t already.
- Your information is confidential. Once accepted, Learning Strategists will contact you to determine your needs and put appropriate academic supports in place.
Learning Strategists – how we help with next steps:
- Learning Strategists are available for ALL students to support their academics; from study and test taking tips to full on support with accommodations, we are here to enhance your approach to learning.
- Based on individual need, students can receive support using assistive technology, individual or group tutoring, and test accommodations to name a few of the services offered. For a comprehensive list of Accessibility Services and how we can help, view the full list of services here.
- Learning Strategist may assist students with accessing potential funding sources. Be sure to provide all documented disability information.
- Book an appointment early with a Learning Strategist to determine and finalize your Individual Learning Plan, don’t wait for school to start!
Transition to College (TLC); a right-start support program
- First year college students have a lot of questions and likely some worries: will the workload be too much? What is the best way to take notes and read to remember? How do I approach an Instructor? This is where the TLC @NBCC program (Transitioning your Life to College) can help!
- At NBCC we know students often arrive feeling overwhelmed and we want to provide opportunity for students to ask questions and start the year off right. With this early start program, TLC provides students the opportunity to make small changes with huge impact to approach your learning.
- TLC@ NBCC is for ALL students; however, priority will be given to students with disabilities.
- Learn more about TLC@NBCC and to register
Learning Strategists - Meet Us
Book an appointment with our Learning Strategists during our extended hours every Thursday evening from 4:30-6pm or during regular business hours.