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DSPS involvement on Academic record

Disability documentation are considered confidential and therefore the DSPS records are kept only in the DSPS office.  Disability-related documents created by a California Community College will only be released to an outside part with the written consent of the student (per FERPA).  These documents may include, but are not limited to: California Community College Learning Disabilities Assessment (from SBCC or another California Community College), a listing of SBCC-approved academic accommodations, and/or the student’s DSPS Academic Accommodation Plan from SBCC.  Be aware that student files are only maintained for up to three years after you are no longer enrolled. 

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