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Disabled Students Programs and Services (DSPS)




(Please see ** note below for appointment scheduling during the first two weeks of each semester!)

• Office hours are Mon, Wed, & Thurs 7:30am-4:00pm. Tues, 9:00am-4:00pm. Office hours on Fri. are 8:00am-11:30am (please note, no appointments are available on Friday, but you can call or stop by to drop off paperwork or ask questions.

Same Day Appointments: First Appointments begin at 8:00am and last appointment time is 3:30pm. If an appointment is available, you can schedule that appointment in person beginning as soon as the office opens at 7:30 and return at your appointed time. If no appointments are available, you must return on another day to schedule your appointment. No appointments are available at the Chico Center or Glenn Center until the third week of the semester. NO ADVANCED APPOINTMENTS WILL BE SCHEDULED DURING THE FIRST TWO WEEKS.

** During the first two weeks of each semester, only same day appointments are available. NO ADVANCED appointments will be scheduled during the first two weeks of each semester. These appointments are available on a first come, first served basis. We suggest you come into our office as early as possible on the day you want the appointment.

 • Please arrive at 10 -15 mins before your scheduled appointment time. This will allow you time to complete any required paperwork, or make sure your paperwork is completed before you are scheduled to meet with a Disabilities Specialist. If you arrive late, your appointment may need to be rescheduled.

• Don't miss your scheduled appointment. If you have scheduled an advanced appointment after the first two weeks of the semester, and you miss your appointment without providing at least 24 hours notice, you will no longer be able to make advanced appointments in our office. This is considered a NO SHOW, and due to the number of students needing to get in to see a Disabilities Specialist, we must ensure students can access our services. 

• Have your Class Schedule, and Grade Report with you. These documents along with any other required paperwork, should be available when you arrive to help the Specialists complete your appointment efficiently and speed you on your way. If you do not have these documents when you arrive for your appointment, you will be asked to go and get them.

Have a great semester!
 DSPS Staff

Email contact:

Phone contact: 530.895.2455


Students, new and returning to DSPS; beginning this fall semester, all students will need to provide their class schedule along with their grade report.  If you transferred from another college and will be attending Butte Glenn Community College, please obtain a copy of your grade transcript from the college you last attended for your appointment with one of the Disabilities Specialists.



American Sign Language Interpreters:

DSPS is looking for highly qualified ASL Interpreters for an Interpreter Pool. Please follow the link below for more information.

ASL Interpreters Information

ASL Interpreter Application



Beginning Monday, April 28th all students, including students with a degree, will need to complete the Orientation requirement. If a student is unable or chooses not to attend Orientation, they will still have the option of registering for their classes during the Open Registration time period. Students that choose to register during the Open Registration time period will not be able to register as a Continuing Student until they have completed the Orientation requirement.  This requirement refers to all students, including students that have a disability. You must attend Orientation to be eligible for priority or continuing student registration status.


The Disabled Students Programs and Services (DSPS) Department is the campus office responsible for determining and providing required academic accommodations for students with disabilities. The DSPS program provides support services, specialized instruction, and educational accommodations to students with disabilities so that they can participate as fully and benefit as equitably from the college experiences as their non-disabled peers.

Some of the services available to eligible students are listed below. Not every eligible student will qualify for every service. The accommodations that are provided to a student depend on an individual student's disability and how that disability affects their access to the education process.

Examples of services available through DSPS that are in addition to those regularly offered by the College include:

  • Testing Accommodations
  • Assessment for Learning Disabilities (limited and at the discretion of the director)
  • Specialized Counseling
  • Interpreter Services for hearing-impaired students
  • Mobility Assistance
  • Note-taking Services
  • Reader Services
  • Transcription Services
  • Registration Assistance
  • Specialized Instruction
  • Adaptive Technology

To get more detailed information about DSPS services or eligibility, contact the DSPS office.

DSPS Hours


On the Main Campus:

Monday   7:30am   -  4:00pm
Tuesday        9:00am   -  4:00pm
Wednesday 7:30am   -  4:00pm
Thursday 7:30am   -  4:00pm
*Friday 8:00am   - 11:30am

*No Appointments Available on Fridays

Chico Center Campus:
Beginning Third week of each semester
Thursdays   8am - 3:30pm
Ending the week before finals begin

Glenn Center:
Beginning Third week of each semester
Mondays   8am - 3:30pm                 Advance Appointments Only
Ending the week before finals begin


ACCESS Center Lab Hours:

Monday 7:30am - 4:00pm  
Tuesday 7:30am - 4:00pm  
Wednesday 7:30am - 4:00pm  
Thursday 7:30am - 4:00pm  


Contact Information:

SAS 238
530.895-2599 (TTY)
530.895.2235 (FAX)

Butte College | 3536 Butte Campus Drive, Oroville CA 95965 | General Information 530.895.2511

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