Educational Assistance Center

EAC's Mission
 

The Educational Center (EAC) is committed to providing students with disabilities the opportunity to effectively matriculate into the mainstream of college and community life. We provide services that facilitate equal access to education, self-advocacy, academic self-efficacy, and personal growth opportunities to maximize individual student success. While remaining grounded in developing student independence in the post-secondary learning environment, Oxnard College and the EAC department recognize the campus and community cultural wealth and support systems that students bring to our campus. 
 
EAC values diversity and promotes awareness and retention by providing quality services and courses for students with disabilities. It is a resource for students and the campus community, providing guidance relating to compliance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and the Americans with Disabilities Act  (ADA) and Amendments. Consultation and support to the campus are also provided in 508 compliance, distance education, and Universal Design and campus accessibility. 

  

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Spotlight on: EAC Support Group

A group of six students sitting in a circle around a table

When: Wednesdays at 3 pm

Where: Condor Hall Mezzanine

Hosted by the Student Health Center and facilitated by Sylvia Lenhardt, AMFT

About us:

  • Providing a safe and comfortable environment for Oxnard College students who identify on the spectrum and/or have a disability.
  • Encouraging conversations about mental well-being in college, challenges on and off campus, strategies to manage stress, anxiety, and depression, and creating a community of support.

Contact us at: 805-678-5832 or ochealthcntr02@vcccd.edu

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EAC Student Satisfaction Survey


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"If you embrace DIVERSITY but ignore DISABILITY, you're doing it wrong..."