Application Process

Application Process

signing a contractDisability Resources Advisors work closely with students to learn about their particular needs. Our goal is to provide students with the resources — accommodations, strategies and support — to improve access to the learning environment.

In order to receive accommodations, please submit an application, along with paperwork confirming a disability. Then attend a student interview with a Disability Resources Advisor to discuss possible accommodations.

You may use the following forms and checklist to guide the process. Forms are also available at the Disability Resources office. Download the forms, complete and submit to Disability Resources.

  • Have you completed an orientation? If not, please visit Orientation Overview.
  • You may complete the Application form online. To do so, please visit our Online Application
  • If you cannot complete and save the form on your computer, fill it in manually (using this form Application Form) and send, fax or bring it to the Disability Resources office.
  • Submit disability paperwork that describes how your disability affects you in the learning environment.  This may include any of the following:
    • Copies of Medical Records.
    • Evaluations or Diagnostic Reports.
    • General Release Form — Print the form and give it to your health care provider to complete. The provider may mail or fax the form directly to Disability Resources, or scan it and email to
    • Please contact Disability Resources if you need to obtain records from High School Records offices or Social Security.
  • Make copies of all documentation for your own records.
  • Send or bring the forms to our office at:
    Lane Community College, Disability Resources
    Building 1, Room 218
    4000 E. 30th Avenue, Eugene, OR 97405
    or Fax to (541) 463-4739
    or Email to
  • Once we have had an opportunity to review the information, we will contact you to make an intake appointment to discuss your application and accommodation needs.


Information about your disability is considered a highly confidential part of your educational records which is protected by federal law (Federal Family Education Rights and Privacy Act of 1974).