Accommodation Requests Now Online!
Beginning Summer term, DR students will be able to log into the Disability Resources' database (called "AIM") to request accommodations for your classes. You will also be able to make test accommodation requests online and conduct other DR business. Visit AIM for more information and see the announcement below for more information.
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Accommodation Requests Now Online
Beginning Summer term, DR students will be able to log into the Disability Resources' database (called "AIM") to request accommodations for your classes. You will also be able to make test accommodation requests online and conduct other DR business.
Contact DR to request your user name and a temporary password. To request your accommodations, log into the AIM student database.
Setting Up Your Profile:
Once in the database, you will want to immediately change your password to something you can easily remember. Any consents you have previously given DR to exchange information with other people (i.e. physicians, parents, spouses, organizations, etc.) will need to be re-set up. Do this by clicking on "Informational Release Consent." This pertains to anyone outside of LCC.
Requesting Your Accommodations:
Log into AIM, then click on "List Accommodations" and select the desired term. Enter your class CRN #'s and select the accommodations you want to specifically use for each class.Once you have chosen your accommodations, a customized LOA will be sent by email to each of your instructors informing them of the accommodations you want to use in that specific class. These notifications to instructors will be stored in your profile for you to see.A DR staff person here in the office will be available to instruct or assist you in accessing the database, and walk you through the steps as needed. A detailed guide is also available.
Comprehensive Student List of Accommodations (SLOA)
Due to the online notification to instructors about the accommodations you plan to use in their classes, DR is phasing out the hardcopy Letter of Accommodation (LOA). DR will email you an online Student List of Accommodations, which is addressed to you as the student. You will also have access to the SLOA from your AIM profile and can print this out if needed.
Note: It is still your responsibility to talk with your instructors privately to discuss details about your accommodations.
ALERT! Construction On Campus
The ground has just been broken to begin remodeling the Center Building and build the new Titan Bookstore. This means that there will be on-going and ever-changing construction occurring on campus this summer. Please be aware of signs indicating detours, and alert Disability Resources or Facilities of any inaccessible walkways or barriers you encounter. DR will post any construction alerts on this page in the "Announcements" section. So check for them regularly. The new bookstore should be completed and open by Winter term. The entire remodel is expected to take a couple of years.
Our job is not to make disability go away, nor pretend that it is not there. Instead, it is to respect its complexity, and to respond to it with honesty, vision and intelligence.
Gilbert MacKay, Professor
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Summer term: closed on Friday