The MAC houses the Office of Acadademic Support and Accessibility. This means in addition to providing peer academic support services, students with disabilities also receive support through the MAC. Students with disabilities that qualify under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) may request reasonable academic accommodations. Conditions recognized by the ADA may include learning, psychiatric, and physical disabilities, as well as chronic health disorders. The office of accessibility also provides temporary accommodations to students who have been injured and whose injuries affect their academic performance (concussion, injury to the dominant hand, etc.). Students must initiate the accommodations process by completing the office of the accessibility registration form. Students are also responsible for providing documentation that verifies need. The director of academic support will coordinate coverage by collaborating with all appropriate parties. If need cannot be verified at the time of registration, the director of academic support may allow temporary accommodations to provide adequate time for verification of need to be secured. Students must register for accommodations each semester.
Register here for academic accommodations for the first time. (Use this form if you have never had accommodations at Lyon)
Register here for academic accommodations if you received academic accommodations at Lyon previously.
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