Student Services

Student Services

The goal of Student Services in the Office of Student Affairs is to minimize barriers to educational success for all Angelina College students from all walks of life. We offer an array of services for students, including, but not limited to: financial assistance programs, resources in our community, educational accommodations, and student life activities and programs. We look forward to serving you!

Student Emergency Aid Fund & AC Perks

Angelina College students who qualify may now apply for student emergency assistance, mileage reimbursement, and childcare reimbursement. To initially qualify, students must be currently enrolled and have at least a 2.0 GPA. For more information and to complete an application, please log in on the AC Portal and select the Student Services tab.

Community Resources

The Emergency Broadband Benefit is an FCC program to help families and households struggling to afford internet service during the COVID-19 pandemic. Visit fcc.gov/broadbandbenefit for more information. In addition, find food assistance, help by paying bills, and other free or reduced-cost programs being offered in our community. Visit findhelp.org for more information about these programs.


Educational Accommodations

To self-identify as a student with a disability that impacts your education, you must complete these steps.
Step 1
Complete the Accommodations Application
  • Click the Accommodations link below to print the packet.
  • Once completed, please send it to us via email, or drop it off in person in the Student Center, room 206.
Step 2
Provide Documentation of your Disability
  • Submit all required documentation of disability with your packet. 
  • For more information regarding documentation needed or policies and procedures regarding disability accommodations, please email us at studentservices@angelina.edu or see the Policy and Procedure manual below.
Step 3
Schedule an Interactive Discussion
  • Students must schedule an interactive discussion with the Manager of Disability Services at least 14 days before the first day of school in order to ensure that accommodations are in place before the first class day.
  • The purpose of an ID is to ensure the student understands the process for subsequent semesters and helps to ensure the student’s needs are met.

Student Disability Services: Policy and Procedure