What We Offer

What We Offer

sculpture of a crane flying against a blue hue backgroundAccommodations — Information about each of the accommodations provided by Disability Resources.

Advising and Problem Solving — For students who run into problems implementing their accommodations.

Alternate Format — Disability Resources provides textbooks, class materials and tests in various alternate formats including audio, electronic text, enlargements and Braille.

Assistive Technology — Assistive Technology for students with qualifying disabilities.

FAQs — Frequently Asked Questions for Disability Resources.

Planning for Transition from High School to College — Tips for high school students who are thinking about attending college.

Skillbuilding and Academic Support — Academic support for a range of educational needs that is available on campus, in Lane County and on-line.

Strategies for Temporary Medical Conditions — Ideas and actions for students needing temporary accommodations, typically during a healing period after an injury or surgery.

Test Accommodations — Disability Resources provides test accommodations that cannot be provided by the instructor.

Transition Academy — At this annual event, high school juniors and seniors with disabilities, their parents, and educators can gather information about college in general, and Lane in particular, as an option after high school.

Universal Design — Using Universal Design principles, instructors are able to design highly inclusive classrooms by taking into consideration the wide variety of learning styles, abilities and disabilities of students right from the start. Disability Resources offers awareness and resources for Universal Design concepts.