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For general questions or concerns, please contact the Disability Support Services main office line 910-362-7800 . To be seen at the North Campus location (McKeithan Center 100H), the Alston W. Burke Surf City Center, or Burgaw Center, schedule an appointment using the main office line.

If you would like to speak to a specific staff member, please see below.

Megan Brehun, Director of Disability Support Services
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Megan has been with CFCC since 2021 and is responsible for ensuring reasonable accommodations are in place for CFCC students registered through the DSS office. She completes documentation review, student intakes, and creates student accommodation letters. Megan also connects students who are in need of community resources to agencies outside of CFCC. Megan earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Slippery Rock University and her Master’s degree from the University of Pittsburgh in Rehabilitation Counseling.

Cindy Boyd, Testing Coordinator

Cindy oversees accommodated testing services at the Downtown Campus. She is responsible for ensuring that students are provided with appropriate testing accommodations, based on the student’s documented disability. She provides support and assistance to students needing assistive technologies for test-taking, as well as maintaining an appropriate testing environment. Cindy’s primary location is the Downtown Campus, however, she provides support at North, Surf City, and Burgaw Campus’s when needed. Cindy earned her Bachelor’s degree from the University of North Carolina Wilmington.

Maria Ortado, Interpreter Coordinator/Assistive Technology Specialist
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Maria has been with CFCC since 2009 and is responsible for overseeing, coordinating and providing interpreting services for Deaf and Hard of Hearing students enrolled in curriculum classes at CFCC. She recruits and evaluates interpreters/transliterators and serves as the department liaison for Deaf and Hard of Hearing issues. Additionally, Maria also trains and provides technical assistance to students using Assistive Technologies. Maria earned her Bachelor’s degree from Virginia Commonwealth University and her Associates in Applied Sciences in Interpreter Education at Blue Ridge Community College.
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