Students who plan to use accommodations must meet with the Disability Services Coordinator to set up an accommodations plan. In some cases certain accommodations may not be immediately available. Therefore, it is recommended that students meet with Disability Support Services prior to the start of each semester to ensure they can receive accommodations starting on their first day of class.
Students must provide the required documentation in order to be allowed accommodations. Acceptable documentation may include your most recent psychological evaluation, IEP, or a medical report from a physician that clearly states a diagnosis and makes suggestions for accommodations. An IEP alone may not be sufficient documentation.
Lake Region State College follows the Guidelines for Disability Documentation set up by the North Dakota Disability Services Council. Documentation should include:
Adopted: April 2001 Revised and approved by the Council: October 2006
Disability Support Services, located within the TRiO/Power Skills Center, offers test accommodations for students who are eligible. In order to be eligible for test accommodations students must:
Students must check in with their instructor prior to each test to ensure they have given the test (or password) to the TRiO/Power Skills staff.