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To better fit the diversity of our students, we are changing our name to Accessibility Services! New email address - accessibilityservices@lcsc.edu

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We provide opportunities for students with disabilities and enable them to fully participate in and enjoy the benefits of higher education.

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Library, Rm 161 500 8th Avenue Lewiston, ID 83501 Contact accessibilityservices@lcsc.edu (208) 792-2677(208) 792-2143 (fax) Hours Mon-Fri 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Summer hours: Mon-Thurs 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Fri 8 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

 

Effective immediately, all visitors to Accessibility Services are required to wear a mask to, and during, every appointment. If you have a disability that interferes with your ability to follow this protocol, please tell the Coordinator when setting up your appointment and before coming to campus. 

Who is eligible for Accessibility Services?

If you have a diagnosed disability and are enrolled at LCSC, you may be eligible for services through the LCSC Accessibility Services office.  

LCSC is dedicated to providing equal access through a welcoming and inclusive environment for individuals with disabilities and complies with the Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). LCSC provides reasonable accommodations to otherwise qualified disabled students in all college programs and activities and strives to maintain access to all aspects of a student’s education experience.

Discrimination on the basis of a disability is prohibited. No student shall be retaliated against for seeking accommodation under this policy or for participating in any grievance procedures brought against the university because of alleged noncompliance with the policy. 

How do I get services?

To set up an appointment call (208) 792-2677.  Paperwork can be completed online or at the appointment. Bring appropriate documentation, if available, to the appointment. 

LCSC students who are not located in Lewiston and take classes online can still utilize the LCSC Accessibility Services office.  Please contact our office to make arrangements.  

LCSC students at our Coeur d'Alene Center on the North Idaho College campus should contact the NIC Disability Support Services office. 

What documentation is needed?

Documentation that addresses what your disability is, how it impacts you, assistive devices or services, and the credentials of the diagnosing professional.  Please bring all available documentation to your appointment with Accessibility Services.

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To schedule an accommodation appointment, call (208) 792-2677 or send an email

What you need for your first appointment:

To schedule an exam with the LCSC Testing Center, visit the Testing Center webpage for their contact information and lastest hours, policies, and procedures.

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LCSC Affirmative Action Statement

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. Please see our Statement of Nondiscrimination regarding our policy on the basis of race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability, veteran status, or sexual orientation.

View all LCSC Policies online.

For Students:

Students need to contact the office at the beginning of each semester to arrange for accommodations. 

To schedule an accommodation appointment, call (208) 792-2620 or send an email

What you need for your first appointment:

View the Resources Page to find information on LCSC services as well as external resources to help with student success.

For Faculty:

The Faculty Notification form describes the accommodations to be granted to the student based on his/her disability.

To learn more about what is expected of a faculty member regarding student accommodations, please see the Rights and Responsibilities page as well as the the webpage for Faculty and Staff.

For Others:

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. Accessibility Services cannot discuss your student's school work, grades, accommodations or other information without a signed release of information form.

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