Disability Accommodation Pool (DAP)
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To begin reporting your disability accommodation expenditures, go to the DAP
Reporting System Log-in Page.
The Disability Accommodation Pool (DAP) is an online data collection
tool to assist colleges in tracking their expenditures for direct accommodations to students
with disabilities. DAP is a secure site and only accessible by authorized college staff. We
recommend you review the DAP
User Manual before beginning to use the web reporting system.
Questions regarding the DAP online tool should
be directed to:
Brooke Allinder, Administrative Assistant
Disability Accommodation Pool (DAP) Guidelines
- Colleges must use the username password assigned by the SBCTC to the Vice President/Dean of Students to access the on-line tool. If this information is lost, call 360-704-4315 for assistance.
- Expenditures are to be reported in the accommodation chunks or categories as
outlined in Category
Definitions and Clarifications.
- Expenditures from July 1 to June 30 may be tracked in the online system.
- The on-line reporting tool is set up to accept expenditure reporting figures at a variety of intervals.
- Expenditures are to be reported regardless of funding source. If an expenditure is paid via any college budget, then it is to be counted as an expenditure for the Disability Accommodation Pool. The EXCEPTION to the rule is Running Start, where the college is being reimbursed for the expense via a high school.
- If College A is reimbursed 100 percent of the expenditures for a Running Start student, then NO expenditures are to be reported.
- If College B has a 50-50 split agreement with a local high school regarding accommodation expenditures, then only the college’s 50 percent would be reportable.
- If College C is paying the entire cost of accommodations for a Running Start student, then College C can report all of these expenditures.
- If the college is responsible for a student’s accommodations, then those expenditures can be reported. If a college is not responsible but is performing coordination and billing duties, then the expenditures cannot be reported.
- Colleges should maintain documentation of the student's disability for which the accommodations were provided and the expenditures for audit purposes.
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