update their personal information including mailing information, e-mail address and phone
number. Instructions and how to’s for Campus Connection can be found atwww.lrsc.edu/
A campus emergency notification system is used to notify students, faculty, and staff of
important information in emergency situations. An “emergency” means a situation that
poses an immediate threat to the health or safety of someone at LRSC or community or
that significantly disrupts LRSC programs and activities, such as school closing. In case of
a campus emergency, a campus emergency notification system will send out a message by
telephone or text message.
DISABILITY SUPPORT SERVICES
LRSC affirms and recognizes its commitment to nondiscrimination on the basis of disability
and its intention to comply with all laws prohibiting such discrimination including Section
504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of
Lake Region State College provides academic support services to eligible students with
disabilities, promotes student development, and serves as a resource for disability
awareness and accommodations.
Lake Region State College defines a disability as a professionally verified condition which
substantially limits a major life activity (Section 504, ADA). This includes, but may not
be limited to cognitive disabilities, motor disabilities, psychiatric disabilities, speech
impairments, hearing impairments, and visual impairments.
To obtain disability services, a student must identify himself/herself to the Office of
Disability Support Services located in the TRiO/PowerSkills office (701-662-1642),
and provide current professional documentation of his/her specific disability. The Disability
Support Services Coordinator determines the appropriate accommodations for each
individual student and issues a notice to them with the specified accommodations. The
student, who is eligible for disability accommodations, has the responsibility to meet with
his/her instructors and provide them with the notice. Students utilizing support services
must observe the same college policies and academic regulations required of all students.
SERVICE ANIMALS AT LRSC
LRSC POLICY AND PROCEDURE MANUAL SECTION 800.33
Students and employees with a disability who utilizes a service animal shall register with
the Disability Support Services Office (if a student) or with the Human Resources Office (if an
employee). The student or employee shall provide the relevant office with documentation
for the disability and the need for a service animal within 30 days of beginning to use the
service animal on campus.
Lake Region State College does not provide insurance coverage for students. Students are
advised to carry their own health and accident insurance. A student health policy is available
for purchase by contacting the Student Services Office.
Student athletes are required to have their own health and accident insurance and must
show proof of insurance to practice and participate in any sport.