Accessibility Resource Center

Resources for Students With Disabilities

The mission of the Accessibility Resource Center (ARC) is to assure that all students have equal access to and equal opportunity in all programs and services offered by Guilford College, and to empower students to become strong self-advocates. Guilford College is proud of its support of students of all abilities and differences. We have a broad array of services that many students find useful, supportive and encouraging.

Professors are also accessible and classes are small, allowing students to build relationships with their teachers and peers. The ARC staff is committed to working with students to address individual needs and providing the necessary accommodations for academic success.

Most Common Accommodations

  • extra time (on in class assignments, in class exams and/or quizzes)
  • testing in a distraction-reduced environment
  • smart pen (LiveScribe) notetaking and recording device
  • adaptive technology software to support reading, writing and study skills (Read&Write Gold by textmark™)

Students are encouraged to talk to their professors early concerning their particular needs.

Registering With ARC

ARC Services and Resources

Hours and Appointments

ARC is open 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. To inquire about extended hours, students should contact the center during normal hours of operation. To register for academic accommodations and services, students can meet with the staff on a walk-in basis or schedule appointments by stopping by in person, by phone Voice: 336.316.2837, Fax, 336.316-2946 or by e-mail at

ARC also offers Adaptive Technologies Training on a wide variety of adaptive/alternative format tools to students who are registered with the center. Students, faculty or staff can schedule appointments for adaptive technology orientation, assistance  or training by stopping by in person or calling 336.316.2433.

Accessibility Resource Center Staff

Kelly Mongiovi

Kelly Mongiovi

Director of Accessibility Resource Center

Kristie Wyatt

Kristie Wyatt

Assistant Director of Accessibility Resource Center