What we doIf you have a documented disability, accessibility services is here to help you. Contact us as soon as you are accepted in a Lakeland program.
Accessibility is about connecting students to accommodations, resources, and services they need to achieve their academic goals.
Sometimes a little support is the ticket to success. Sometimes it's an exam reader. Sometimes it's a piece of software. It depends on your needs.
- exam accommodations such as extra time, quiet environment or readers/scribes
- other services such as note takers, taping lectures and tutors
- accessibility audits if you use mobility supports
- adaptive and assistive technologies such as screen readers and special keyboards
- enhanced services designed especially for your circumstances including study, learning and technology strategies
- instructor resources for accessible classrooms and accessibility requirements
- general awareness about the broad range of disabilities to help everyone understand disabilities
To learn more, follow the links or click on one of the tiles below.
Who & where we areAccessibility services are located on both campuses inside the Commons.
Stop in and talk with the accessibility advisor on your campus. or contact them by phone, text or email.
|Vermilion Campus: Stacey Barber
||Lloydminster campus: Tami Smith
Accommodations are determined based on individual situations. Because how we help is based on your needs, you need to speak with an accessibility advisor.
Adaptive & assistive technology
Accessibility Services can connect you with adaptive/assistive technology using one of our adaptive/assistive technology labs, or a workstation in the Commons.
The Commons can also assist you with developing learning strategies and using technological supports.
The term "disability" covers a wide range of physical limitations, illnesses and specific learning disabilities. Some disabilities are visible, some are not.
There are many ways to make your curriculum accessible to all students. Accessibility services is here to help faculty as well as students. Learn more about strategies for particular disabilities.