LCSC is committed to a college community where all students have an equal opportunity to fully participate in all aspects of the educational environment.More Information
Our mission is to assist and support students by focusing on the student's emotional and physical well being.More Information
All LCSC student, full and part-time, are eligible to utilize services at Student Health Services.More Information
Per the ADA... anyone who has a disability, has a record of such disability or is regarded as so. A disability is defined as a physical or mental impairment that limits one or more major life activities.
To set up an appointment call (208) 792-2211 or come in to Reid Centennial Hall Room 111. Online paperwork will be completed at the appointment. Bring appropriate documentation, if available to the appointment.
Documentation that addresses what your disability is, how it impacts you, assistive devices or services, and the credentials of the diagnosing professional.
Lewis-Clark State College enhances and promotes the free exchange of ideas in an environment that celebrates the dignity, worth and contribution of all ethnic,and cultural backgrounds. Lewis-Clark State College is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and has a strong commitment to the principle of diversity. We have a policy of nondiscrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability, veteran status, or sexual orientation.
Special Housing needs for Fall 2018: appointments need to be conducted between Feb. 1st and Feb. 28th to guarantee accommodation. Residence Hall acceptance is on a first come, first served basis; do not wait for disablity accommodation to apply for housing.
Call for appointment (208) 792-2211, to schedule a test (208) 792-2100.
Students need to contact the office at the beginning of each semester to arrange for accommodations. Providing the Disability Counselor with proper documentation of the disability and suggested accommodations will speed the process.
The Faculty Notification form describes the accommodations to be granted to the student based on his/her disability.
Helping students transition from high school to college can be challenging. Here are resources to assist in this process. Students are expected to advocate for themselves. Disability Services cannot discuss your student's school work, grades, accommodations or other information without a signed release of information form.