Guidelines & Policies
High School vs. College
Privacy of Records
Expectations & Conduct
Autism Spectrum Disorders
Chronic Medical Conditions
Mobility / Physical Impairments
Speech and Language
CLEP & DANTES Tests
Study Skills for Success
CORE Peer Tutors
Disability and Learning Resource Center
Disability and Learning Resource Center Responsibilities
Discuss and determine a student’s eligibility for accommodations and/or support services within 2 weeks of receiving disability documentation.
Meet with the student to review DLRC policies and procedures.
to the student for completion each semester.
Facilitate accommodated exams and other accommodations for students with disabilities.
Identify and request modifications to any inaccessible program or service.
Maintain up-to-date knowledge of technology, services, and agency contacts for students with disabilities.
Refer students to campus or community resources as needed.
Act as a liaison and a resource for the institution regarding disability laws, resources, and services.
Serve as an advocate for students with disabilities.
Respect the confidential nature of a student’s disability and maintain professional standards.
When granted permission to release information by a particular student, DLRC professional staff will provide the requested information to the specified person or agency in a timely manner.
Keep abreast of the laws and current court findings necessary for legal compliance.
Provide faculty and institutional training and consultation regarding the ADA and Section 504.