We are located in the lower level of the Harts Science Building.

During the academic year, staff are available most weekdays between 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Appointments are advisable, but not necessarily required. If staff members are available, we’re always happy to meet with students. An appointment is required for the intake interview.
Students must contact and register with ODS, provide appropriate documentation, and agree to accept the responsibilities outlined in the Student Responsibilities Contract.
Students are asked to provide a current (within 5 years) diagnostic statement and evaluation by an appropriate professional that makes evident the current impact of the disability and includes recommendations and a rationale for appropriate accommodations.
Accommodations are determined on a case-by-case basis and vary according to individual needs. Some of the more common accommodations include extended test time, tests taken in a distraction-reduced room, tests and classroom materials provided in an alternative format, and notetaking assistance.
After reviewing the documentation and meeting with the student, ODS will provide letters outlining approved accommodations for the student to give to instructors. It is the student’s responsibility to discuss implementation of the accommodations with the instructors.

No. One registration covers your Lincoln College career. However, you will need to contact ODS every semester to update documentation of disabilities that may change over time, provide current contact information, and discuss appropriate accommodations for the current semester’s courses.