• Fast-Track classes

    Fast-Track classes

    While most Fall classes have begun, there are a variety of classes that start throughout the semester.
  • Accreditation


    Accreditation team to visit FLC October 5-8
  • Supporting Student Success

    Supporting Student Success

    Folsom Lake College offers a variety of free workshops to help students succeed
  • Fall Blood Drive

    Fall Blood Drive

    It's time for the FLC Fall Blood Drive!
  • Faculty Art Show

    Faculty Art Show

    At Harris Center thru Nov. 8 - Artists' Reception Oct. 16
  • Rancho Cordova Center

    Rancho Cordova Center

    Folsom Lake College ramps up for opening of new site
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Frequently Asked Questions


  • Where on campus is the DSP&S office located?
    • On the main FLC campus we are located in Aspen Hall (Admission and Records) in the back, next to Financial Aid.
      • Click HERE for map.
    • On the EDC campus we are located near the counseling office, outside between the bookstore and the Financial Aid office. 
      • Click HERE for map.
  • How can I schedule an appointment with DSP&S?
    • Call Folsom Lake College at 916-608-6611 or the El Dorado Center at 530-642-5630.
  • What should I bring with me for my first appointment?
    • Psychological Educational Report (Psycho. Ed. Eval.) from the high school Special Education IEP documents.
    • A "504 Plan" from the high school.
    • A letter from a doctor stating the disability and limitations.
  • Can I take my assessment tests through DSP&S?
    • No, assessment testing is done through the FLC assessment office.
    • However, DSPS does provide extended time to students who qualify.
  • Does DSP&S provide one-on-one tutoring?
    • No, please visit the Reading/Writing center or the Math center form more information on tutoring
  • Are student accommodations the same at Folsom Lake College as they were at my high school?
    • Services and accommodations can differ greatly from high school to college.  Generally, there are fewer accommodations at the college level.  However, accommodations usually can help students with disabilities be successful in college. 
  • I have already received an accommodation for a note taker, how do I initiate the not taker service?
    • Once accommodation for a note taker is received, students must take the accommodation letter to their professor(s) to arrange for a volunteer note taker.

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