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ACCESSIBILITY
Equity Requirement/Legal Cites Indicators of Compliance Documentation     Status
Yes No
504/ADA Accessibility Issues  Recipient may not exclude students with disabilities from enjoying the benefits of its program or service because its facilities are inaccessible to or unusable by persons with disabilities.   Interviews with the following persons may clarify compliance with this standard:  Agency CEO, Guidance Counselors, Department Chairs, ADA and 504 Coordinators, Coordinator for Disabled Student Services, Facilities Director.  In addition to interviews, a visual inspection of facilities should be conducted.  Blueprints. Construction contracts. Work orders. Applicable accessibility standards are determined by the date the facility was constructed or last renovated by the institution. ·          Existing facilities/Section 504 (34 CFR, 104.22) - construction or alteration initiated before 6/4/77 - "readily accessible"·          New construction/Section 504 (34 CFR 104.23) - construction or alteration initiated between 6/4/77 and 1/17/91 – ANSI A117.1-1961 (R1971)·          New construction/Section 504 (34 CFR 104.23 - construction or alteration initiated on or after 1/18/91 - UFAS·          New construction/ ADA (28 CFR 35.151) - construction or alteration initiated on or after 1/27/92 - ADAAG or UFAS  List each facility reviewed with the date of construction or last renovation and the vocational programs offered therein. 
(building)   (date)   (programs)
         
         
         
         
Existing facility under 504 – Built or altered beginning June 3, 1977, or earlier
A recipient shall operate its program or activity so that when each part is viewed in its entirety, it is readily accessible to disabled persons. A recipient is not required to make each of its existing facilities or every part of a facility accessible to and usable by persons with disabilities.
Section 504: 34 CFR 104.22
·   redesign of equipment·   reassignment of classes or other services to accessible buildings·   assignment of aides to beneficiaries (but no carrying)·   home visits·   alteration of existing facilities and construction of new facilities in conformance with the requirements for new construction or·   any other methods that result in making its program or activity accessible to persons with disabilities Observations and measurements      Compliance Noncompliance Undetermined   N/A
Blueprints and plans    
Renovation schedules    
Maintenance records    
Work orders or contracts indicating construction start dates    
     
Comments

HCC’s goal is to make its facilities accessible and usable by persons with disabilities.  Consequently, the college follows ADA laws in the alteration of existing buildings and constructions of new buildings.   

Documentation: 

Blue prints (will be available onsite) 

Facilities Inventory by Campus

Facility by Year- Brandon

Facility by Year- Dale Mabry

Facility by Year- Plant City

Facility by Year- South Shore

Facility by Year- Ybor City

New construction under 504 – Built or altered between June 4, 1977, and January 17, 1991, inclusive
Each facility or part of a facility constructed by, on behalf of, or for the use of a recipient is designed and constructed in such manner that the facility or part of the facility is readily accessible to and usable by persons with disabilities. Conformance with the "American National Standard Specifications for Making Buildings and Facilities Accessible to, and Usable by, the Physically Disabled," published by the American National Standards Institute, Inc. (ANSI A117.1-1961 (R1971) Later versions of ANSI A117.1 do not apply.Section 504: 34 CFR 104.23 (prior to January 18, 1991 amendment) 4.1 Grading4.2 Walks4.3 Parking lots5.1 Ramps and gradients5.2 Entrances5.3 Doors and doorways5.4 Stairs5.5 Floors5.6 Toilet rooms5.7 Water fountains5.8 Public phones5.9 Elevators5.10 Controls5.11 Identification5.12 Warning signals5.13 Hazards Observations and measurements      Compliance Noncompliance Undetermined   N/A
Blueprints and plans    
Renovation schedules    
Maintenance records    
Work orders or contracts indicating construction start dates    
     
Comments

 HCC’s facilities are designed and constructed in such a manner that the facility or part of the facility is readily accessible to and usable by persons with disabilities. The College conforms with the Uniform Federal Accessibility Standards (UFAS) (Appendix A to 41 CFR subpart 101‑19.6). Departures from particular technical and scoping requirements where permitted were substantially equivalent to or provided greater access to and usability of the building. 

Documentation:  

Blue prints (will be available onsite) 

Construction documents (will be available onsite) 

Sample Maintenance Work Orders: 

Brandon Campus Sample Work Orders 2008-2009

Dale Mabry Campus Sample Work Orders 2008

Dale Mabry Campus Sample Work Orders 2009

Plant City Campus Sample Work Orders 2007

South Shore Campus Sample Work Orders 2008-2009

Ybor City Campus Sample Work Orders 2008-2009 

             
New construction under 504 – Built or altered between January 18, 1991, and January 26, 1992, inclusiveNew construction under ADA Title II and 504 – Built after January 26, 1992; exercising the option to follow UFAS
Each facility or part of a facility constructed by, on behalf of, or for the use of a recipient or public entity is designed and constructed in such manner that the facility or part of the facility is readily accessible to and usable by persons with disabilities. Conformance with the Uniform Federal Accessibility Standards (UFAS) (Appendix A to 41 CFR subpart 101‑19.6). Departures from particular technical and scoping requirements permitted where substantially equivalent or greater access to and usability of the building is provided. Section 504: 34 CFR 104.23Title II: 28 CFR 35.151 4.1 Minimum requirements4.2 Space allowance and reach ranges4.3 Accessible route4.4 Protruding objects4.5 Ground and floor surfaces4.6 Parking and passenger loading zones4.7 Curb ramps4.8 Ramps4.9 Stairs4.10 Elevators4.11 Platform lifts4.12 Windows4.13 Doors4.14 Entrances4.15 Drinking fountains and water coolers4.16 Water closets4.17 Toilet stalls4.18 Urinals4.19 Lavatories and mirrors4.20 Bathtubs4.21 Shower stalls4.22 Toilet rooms4.23 Bathrooms, bathing facilities, and shower rooms4.24 Sinks4.25 Storage4.26 Handrails, grab bars, tub and shower seats4.27 Controls and operating mechanisms4.28 Alarms4.29 Tactile warnings4.30 Signage Observations and measurements      Compliance Noncompliance Undetermined   N/A
Blueprints and plans    
Renovation schedules    
Maintenance records    
Work orders or contracts indicating construction start dates    
      
4.31 Phones4.32 Seating, tables, and work surfaces 4.33 Assembly areas4.34 Dwelling unitsOther requirements        
Comments

 HCC’s facilities are designed and constructed in such manner that the facility or part of the facility is readily accessible to and usable by persons with disabilities. The College conforms with the Uniform Federal Accessibility Standards (UFAS) (Appendix A to 41 CFR subpart 101‑19.6). Departures from particular technical and scoping requirements where permitted were substantially equivalent to or provided greater access to and usability of the building. 

Documentation: 

Blue prints (will be available onsite)

Constructions Documents (will be available onsite) 

Sample Maintenance Work Orders:

Brandon Campus Sample Work Orders 2008-2009

Dale Mabry Campus Sample Work Orders 2008

Dale Mabry Campus Sample Work Orders 2009

Plant City Campus Sample Work Orders 2007

South Shore Campus Sample Work Orders 2008-2009

Ybor City Campus Sample Work Orders 2008-2009 

              
New construction under ADA Title II and 504 – Built after January 26, 1992; exercising the option to follow ADAAG
Each facility or part of a facility constructed by, on behalf of, or for the use of a recipient or public entity is designed and constructed in such manner that the facility or part of the facility is readily accessible to and usable by persons with disabilities. Conformance with the Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines for Buildings and Facilities (ADAAG) (Appendix A to 34 CFR Part 36). Departures from particular requirements permitted when it is clearly evident that equivalent access to the facility or part of the facility is thereby provided.Section 504: 34 CFR 104.23Title II: 28 CFR 35.151 4.1 Minimum requirements4.2 Space allowance and reach ranges4.3 Accessible route4.4 Protruding objects4.5 Ground and floor surfaces4.6 Parking and passenger loading zones4.7 Curb ramps4.8 Ramps4.9 Stairs4.10 Elevators4.11 Platform lifts (wheelchair lifts)4.12 Windows4.13 Doors4.14 Entrances4.15 Drinking fountains and water coolers4.16 Water closets4.17 Toilet stalls4.18 Urinals4.19 Lavatories and mirrors4.20 Bathtubs4.21 Shower stalls4.22 Toilet rooms4.23 Bathrooms, bathing facilities, and shower rooms4.24 Sinks4.25 Storage4.26 Handrails, grab bars, tub and shower seats4.27 Controls and operating mechanisms4.28 Alarms4.29 Detectable warnings4.30 Signage4.31 Phones Observations and measurements      
Blueprints and plans    
Renovation schedules    
Maintenance records    
Work orders or contracts indicating construction start dates    
     
  4.32 Fixed or built-in seating or tables4.33 Assembly areas4.34 Automatic teller machines4.35 Dressing and fitting roomsOther requirements        
 
Comments
 

 HCC has designed or renovated its facilities to ensure that they are readily accessible and usable by persons with disabilities.  Furthermore, HCC building policies and procedures conforms with the Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines for Buildings and Facilities (ADAAG) (Appendix A to 34 CFR Part 36. 

Documentation: 

Work orders or contracts indicating construction start dates

Facilities Inventory by Campus

Facility by Year- Brandon

Facility by Year- Dale Mabry

Facility by Year- Plant City

Facility by Year- South Shore

Facility by Year- Ybor City 

Sample Maintenance Work Orders:

Brandon Campus Sample Work Orders 2008-2009

Dale Mabry Campus Sample Work Orders 2008

Dale Mabry Campus Sample Work Orders 2009

Plant City Campus Sample Work Orders 2007

South Shore Campus Sample Work Orders 2008-2009

Ybor City Campus Sample Work Orders 2008-2009