Disability Support Services
Adaptive Computer Lab (ACL)
DSS students are eligible to take specialized support services classes. Students in the ACL receive academic and computer assistance, which is arranged on an individualized basis. Learning Strategies (COUN 75) and/or Adaptive Computer Access (COUN 71) can be taken for 0.5(27 hours) to 2.0(90 hours) units and the hours are arranged around the student’s schedule and preference. The ACL faculty and staff also offer workshops and trainings to help students achieve success.
(Next to the Tutoring Center.)
Fall 2017 Hours
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday:
8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
8 a.m. – 7 p.m.
8 a.m. – 12 p.m. (open until 2:00 p.m. on the following Fridays: September 1, September 15, September 29, October 13, October 27, November 17, December 1 and December 8.
COUN 071 – Adaptive Computer Access
This course offers the student guided instruction/application in the introduction and use of computers and access technologies to enhance college success. Students with various disabilities will be assessed on computer skills first. This course requires 27 hours for .5 unit to 90 hours for 2.0 units.
COUN 075 – Adaptive Computer Access: Learning Strategies
This course offers guided instruction to improve study strategies and basic learning skills through computer-assisted instruction. This course is designed for all students with disabilities who are eligible through DSS. This course requires 27 hours for .5 unit to 90 hours for 2.0 units.
The Who and What of the Adaptive Computer Lab
The ACL 4 “R’s”
- Remediation in all academic areas
- Reinforce what is learned in class
- Recommend alternate strategies
- Reintroduce students to success at every opportunity
A student who “fits in”
- is enrolled at FC
- is registered with DSS
- is capable of successfully completing a non-lab class at FC
How to enroll
- Via MyGateway for COUN 71 or COUN 75
- Through LD Specialist recommendation
- Add directly through Lynette or Jassy in the ACL (Room 804)
All students enrolled in COUN 71 and COUN 75 classes. This site only supplements the actual orientation which is held in the Adaptive Computer Lab (ACL) during the first four days of the Spring and Fall semesters. There is no orientation for summer classes.
Request for completing ACL Lab hours outside of the lab
Generally speaking, ACL hours will not be received from other labs. Check with instructor.
How to access your campus e-mail from off-campus
From the internet, type the following address: http://exchange.fullcoll.edu/
Type your username (student ID) and password where indicated in the pop-up window. Your email INBOX should now be displayed. You can manage your email as you would from a computer lab on campus. When you are finished using the exchange, close the window by clicking the X at the top right of the window, or click on File, then Close.