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Maps, Directions & Parking
Find Your Way to Cañada College and Around Campus

Class Schedule
A Complete List of Classes



Building 5, Room 303
Phone: (650) 306-3259
TDD: (650) 306-3161
Fax: (650) 306-3185


Monday: 8:30am – 5pm
Tuesday: 8:30am – 5pm
Wednesday: 8:30am – 5pm
Thursday; 8:30am – 5pm
Friday: 8:30am – 12pm (closed on Fridays during the summer)

Cañada College provides students with documented disabilities academic support and reasonable accommodations as defined by state and Federal law through the Disability Resource Center (DRC). Services are provided to students with a wide range of disabilities and are determined on the basis of supporting medical, psychological or learning disability documentation.  Certain requirements regarding disability documentation are necessary, so it is important for students seeking disability services to check with the DRC to ensure that they meet eligibility criteria.  Special DRC services may include, but not be limited to:

  • Pre-registration advising and priority registration
  • Adaptive technology and software
  • Test taking accommodations such as extended time
  • Disability information and advocacy
  • Temporary disabled parking permits
  • Sign language interpreters, Braille format, scribes, note takers
  • On and off campus referrals to other services or agencies
  • Goal setting and self-advocacy assistance

Interested students should contact the DRC office for more information in Bldg. 5-303 or  650.306.3259 (V) or 650.306.3161 (TDD/TTY). 

The Alternate Media Center (AMC) Building 5, Rooms 205 & 207

The Alternate Media Center is part of the Disability Resource Center at Cañada College.  It produces instructional materials (textbooks, course materials, exams, class schedules) in alternate format for students with disabilities and provides trainings for students, fauclty, and staff about how to use assistive technology resources such as:

  • Kurzweill 3000 – scanning/reading software
  • Dragon Naturally Speaking – voice recognition system
  • ZoomText Xtra 9 – screen magnification for DSO and Windows
  • JAWS – screen reader for windows

In order to access and use the Alternate Media Center, students with disabilities must have basic computer skills and meet eligibility requirements of the Disability Resource Center.  For additional information, contact the AMC at 650.306.3170(V) or 650.306.3161 (TDD/TTY).

Forms and information you may download: (Some of these forms are available in PDF format and require that you have Adobe® Acrobat® Reader™, available free from Adobe, installed on your computer.)

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