Student accommodations

Whether you’re contacting us about accommodations for a lifelong disability, need support with a temporary disability such as an injury or recovery from a medical procedure, or seek accommodations related to housing, we can help. You can start by meeting with us or apply for services online.

A community of opportunity

Turning your education into a career can be challenging to do alone. Maybe you're looking for an internship, or considering graduate studies. Maybe you're looking for a job after graduation, or would like some help with your résumé or cover letters. Career Services can help.

Rights & responsibilities

As a student at FLC you have certain rights and responsibilities under the Americans with Disabilities Act that are intended to create and maintain equal opportunities in your pursuit of an education. Here are a few highlights:

Student rights

  • Equal access to courses, programs, services, jobs, activities, information, and facilities offered through Fort Lewis College unless the accommodation required would impose a fundamental alteration of a program or activity, pose a direct threat to the health and safety of others or place undue financial hardship on the institution
  • Reasonable accommodations, academic adjustments, and/or auxiliary aids and services, determined on a case-by-case basis
  • Appropriate confidentiality of all information regarding a disability; it’s your choice to whom a disability is disclosed, except as required or permitted by law

Student responsibilities

  • To meet FLC’s qualifications and standards for courses, programs, jobs, services and facilities
  • To reach out to Disability Services in a timely manner when seeking accommodations
  • Engage in the interactive process of determining academic accommodations
  • Provide current documentation of your disability prepared by an appropriate licensed professional, including information about the functional limitations of your disability and how it impacts you educationally
  • Meet with a Disability Services staff member to discuss the nature and impact of your disability
  • Submit a Letter of Accommodation to instructors as early in the semester as possible through the DS student portal
  • Seek information, counsel, and assistance as necessary
  • Request accommodations at the beginning of each Semester

You must initiate the process in order to access services at FLC, and like all students, adhere to the FLC Student Handbook.

Concerns, appeals, and grievances

If you have any issues or concerns about the accommodations we provide, or about decisions on providing accommodations, please contact our office.

If you are dissatisfied with the outcome after your conversation with us, you may bring your appeal or grievance to FLC’s Equal Opportunity Coordinator.
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