Kingsborough Community College and Access-Ability Services wants to keep you safe while still supporting you personally and academically during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Access-Ability Services (AAS) has transitioned from in-person to working remotely. However, our office is here to assist you in utilizing your accommodations, our supportive services, and other tools for academic success.


For current students wishing to utilize our services, please reach out to our office by calling 718/368-5175, emailing us at, or emailing your counselor directly (check our contacts page for email addresses for our entire staff).


To sign-up for services, students need to complete our AAS Application for Academic Accommodations (For best user experience, please download the form by right-clicking the link and selecting the "Save link/target as..." and proceed to open and fill it out in Acrobat Reader, which can be Downloaded for Free.) and send it to us along with supporting documentation (e.g. IEP, Psych Eval, Medical report, etc.). Applications and documentations should be sent directly to AAS at

Once we receive the application and supporting documentation, our counselor will review for processing.  We will send any follow-up emails to the email address included on the AAS application so please be sure to include a working email address.

We encourage you to review our webpage to find out more about the services provided through AAS.

Should you have any questions regarding the application process or need assistance with completing it, please call our direct line 718/368-5175 or email us at  Virtual meetings may also be arranged.

For in person assistance through our Zoom Virtual Office Hours:
Morning Hours visit us on Monday & Wednesday 9:30am to 11:30am
Afternoon Hours visit us on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3-5pm
Just use Zoom ID: 718 368 5175 or click the below link

You should NOT submit disability-related documentation to any other KCC office and/or individual. AAS is the only office on campus with the authority to receive and process applications for accommodations.

We wish you safety and health in these trying times.

Access-Ability Services