Become a Volunteer Student Note Taker

Who Is a Volunteer Student Note Taker?

  • A note taker is a student who is enrolled at SCC and volunteers to share their notes with another student who is in the same class and is registered with the Accessibility Services Office.
  • Note takers are provided with NCR (2-part) paper, which duplicates their notes. Note takers may also use designated copy machines if using their own notebooks.  Another option is to use their laptop (if permitted by instructor) and e-mail the notes to the student.  
  • In order to become a note taker, it is necessary to attend class regularly and take clear notes.

Why Become a Volunteer Student Note Taker?

  • Student note takers provide the valuable resource of sharing their notes with a SCC student who is registered through the Accessibility Services Office with a documented disability.
  • Student note takers are provided with a $25 gift certificate (for a full semester of sharing notes) to the SCC Bookstore as a thank-you for volunteering. 
  • Student note taking is a great way to volunteer and help your fellow classmates.

How Do I Become a Volunteer Student Note Taker?

  • Contact the Accessibility Services Office and let them know which semester or semesters you are interested in volunteering. If there is a student in one of your classes who is in need of a note taker, you will be contacted by the office.
  • After you are contacted by the Accessibility Services Office, you will be asked to review and sign a Volunteer Student Note Taker Agreement Form.

Contact Info

Stacey Peters 
636-922-8627

Suzi Kottemann
636-922-8581

Hours and Location:

8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Monday-Friday 

Accessibility Services
Student Center, 133D
4601 Mid Rivers Mall Drive
Cottleville, MO 63376

Email:
accessibilityservice@stchas.edu