Westminster Campus Disability Support Services (DSS) supports the vision and goals of the college which focus on the academic success of all students, with a strong commitment to diverse learners, an inclusive learning environment, robust support systems, and a reduction in barriers. Learn more about Disability Support Services.
Westminster Campus Director
Raymond Carleton is the director of Disability Support Services at the Westminster campus. He has 18 years of experience in the field of disability services in higher education and has been at FRCC for 10 years. As a person with disabilities, he brings a passion and knowledge of the “disability experience” in serving students and increasing “disability awareness” across FRCC. With a degree in clinical psychology, emphasizing psychoeducational learning, he engages students as they navigate college and develop as students, helping them break down learning barriers and acquire necessary academic tools. Raymond is committed to delivering transformational services which promote success, inclusion, and equity for students with disabilities as they discover their “disability Identity”.
Outside of work, Ray enjoys playing with his 7 children, day trips to the mountains, and the occasional motorcycle ride.
I am an optimistic and enthusiastic education professional with a visual disability who is committed to transforming, expanding, and improving disability resources in higher education. I coordinate accommodations so that students with disabilities can have equal access to curricular and co-curricular programs at Westminster Campus. My areas of expertise include accommodation eligibility assessments, disability laws and policy, identifying and removing accessibility barriers, principles of universal design, and conducting needs-based evaluations. I enjoy collaborating with other disability resource professionals in building a culture of accessibility and inclusion and I am always advocating for strategic initiatives that will enhance the educational experience for students with disabilities.
Education has surely been a catalyst for my own career advancement and economic mobility. However, my endeavors to earn a leadership in education equity doctorate degree and obtain a career as the coordinator for disability support services weren't always easy. I encountered many cultural, social, financial, and medical barriers along the way. I know all too well how many disadvantages students with disabilities endure just to attend college, let alone be successful.
Nonetheless, there are equity provisions that could be used to help students with their journey through college and reach their dreams, they just need to be put into practice. I feel really blessed to have come this far in my own education and employment endeavors and I am delighted to have the opportunity to pay it forward. It really warms my heart when students achieve their college goals and go on to change the dynamics of their lives.
She / Her / Hers
Dori graduated from Front Range Community College in 1997 from the Interpreter Preparation Program and worked as a part-time Interpreter on campus until becoming the Interpreter Coordinator in 2012. She enjoys working with a variety of students in the Westminster Campus Disability Services office and facilitating communication between students and instructors to reduce barriers. When Dori is not working, she enjoys hiking, spending time with her family, and volunteering in the community.
She / Her / Ella
I am the Administrative Assistant for Disability Support Services Westminster Campus. I am an experienced legal professional with a demonstrated history of working in Government Administration, Human Services, and Case management. I have an Associate's degree in Applied Science focused on Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement Administration from Parks College; and a Paralegal Certificate from Denver Career College.
I partner with the community and various agencies to help spread awareness of Disabilities; both physical and invisible. I have a disabled daughter who has special needs, is Autistic, and also has ADHD.
My passion is helping as many individuals with Disabilities and special needs; especially anxiety and depression.
I would love to discuss the options for Accommodations and services with Disability Support Services!