Accommodations are determined on a case-by-case basis considering an individual's limitations and the academic demands and responsibilities of residential life at Lewis-Clark State College.
Contacting Disability Services at the beginning of each semester so that appropriate accommodations can be made in a timely manner is very important. Students are strongly encouraged to make this contact within the first two weeks of each semester. This includes filling out the required disability intake form that indicates the student's need (e.g., extended time to complete exams, assistive technology, etc.).
Providing the Disability Services Office with appropriate medical, psychological, psychoeducational, or neuropsychological documentation indicating the student's disability and suggested accommodations is often useful to help expedite the accommodation process, although not always mandatory,
A student who wishes to receive accommodations for his/her disability must make a request at the Disability Services office as mentioned above. Once documented, and testing accommodations are assigned, contact the Testing Center to schedule your test.
Testing Office is located at Library 161
Accommodations are determined on a case-by-case basis considering an individual's limitations and the academic demands and responsibilities of residential life at Lewis-Clark State College.Learn More
All events that take place on campus must meet accessibility standards in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act of 2008 (ADAAA) and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. All event organizers must be familiar with this policy, comply with its scheduling and notice requirements, and make every effort to accommodate attendees at events who have disabilities.
An individual with a disability as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Amendments Act (ADAA) who has questions or concerns about this policy or believes he or she was discriminated against by another student, faculty or staff member, or that the college is non-compliant with ADAA law should refer to the Discrimination Complaint Procedure or contact the college’s Human Resources/Affirmative Action. In the event that the complaint or concern is levied by a student and is about a failure to accommodate a disability the Human Resources/Affirmative Action Office will refer the student to the accommodation procedure listed above.
Campus Event and Activity Accessibiity Policy: All events that take place on campus must meet accessibility standards.
Call (208) 792-2211 to schedule an appointment, call (208) 792-2100 or email email@example.com to schedule a test.