The Learning Center is here for YOU and all of your academic accessibility needs! If you have a documented disability, please connect with us as soon as possible upon enrollment. We are here to advise you and support you in the process of getting the supports you need in place in the university setting.
Once in college, students must self-disclose and provide documentation of disability to the DSP (Disability Service Provider), who is the Learning Center Director, if accommodations are needed. This may be different than the process you are used to for K-12 education.
Once the student has submitted documentation of disability, an official letter of accommodations will be provided based off of the specific needs of the student. The Director may reach out to you with any questions or to schedule a meeting.
To submit documentation of disability or to speak with the Learning Center Director regarding your specific needs, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Although academic accommodations are only provided to students who have a documented disability, professional tutoring and academic coaching support services are available for ALL currently enrolled students. Students may sign up for these services which are provided as weekly standing appointments. Students who have documented disabilities or are learning English as a second language (international students) are provided with priority scheduling.