Learning Support Services is dedicated to supporting the University’s efforts toward accessibility and inclusion for students with disabilities.
The Learning Support Services team comes alongside students on an individual, case-by-case basis to determine appropriate, reasonable accommodations to facilitate student learning, growth and success. This is accomplished through collaboration with faculty and staff, advocacy for students, the provision of education relevant to disability services, and the coordination of accommodation plans.
New and Prospective Students
Differences in the legal mandates between high school and postsecondary education mean that accommodations in college are not necessarily duplicates of what was received in high school. Higher education disability law ensures access for students with disabilities. It is important that students build self-efficacy skills and communicate with the Learning Support Services office to ensure timely and sufficient accommodation. For more information about the differences between disability accommodation in K-12 and postsecondary education, we recommend the following resource.