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Access and Disability Resources (ADR)

Access and Disability Resources (ADR) works to open Pima Community College’s educational opportunities to the entire community, including those with disabilities, by supporting the creation of a College environment without physical, social, or academic barriers.

At ADR we recognize that disability is an integral part of diversity and seek opportunities to advocate for and be a resource for inclusive design practices in facilities, communication, and instruction.

In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Section 504, no qualified person will be denied access to, participation in, or the benefits of, any program or activity operated by Pima Community College because of disability. 

The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding The Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Rehabilitation Act, Section 504:

Jon Howe Ph.D. ADR Director/504 Coordinator
Address: PCC District Office - 4905 East Broadway Blvd., Tucson, AZ 85709
Phone: 520-206-3228

Starting your academic career at Pima

It's easy to apply for admission to Pima!  Contact ADR if accommodations are required to complete any or all of the admissions steps.  We're here to help you get a great start at Pima.

Requesting accommodations

ADR Program Specialists work with each student and faculty member to determine reasonable accommodations, giving students equal access to the college experiences. All students, including those utilizing accommodations, must meet the same academic standards.

Contact the ADR when you are ready to get started with the eligibility process and to learn more about accommodations and services that are available.


Class note takers needed:  Access and Disability Resources (ADR) needs note takers for certain classes at Pima College.  If you take notes in your classes, and would be willing to be contacted by ADR and potentially share your notes with other students, if needed, follow this link and click on “Sign up as a note taker” to submit an application. You will be contacted if ADR needs notes for the class you are taking.

For more information stop by any campus ADR office, contact ADR by email at or call ADR at (520) 206-6688. You can be compensated up to $30 per credit hour (or up to $90 per 3 credit hour class) for providing your notes.  Notes that you provide should be similar to those of the average student taking the same class.