In order to receive academic support services, the student must take responsibility in the following ways:
For students whose disability falls under the category of psychological, physical, health, visual, auditory, traumatic brain injury or mobility, a letter from a physician or therapist or a copy of a student’s high school IEP can meet the requirement for documentation.
For students with a learning disability, a copy of the student’s high school IEP or documentation from a testing provider can meet the requirement for documentation.
For students who suspect that they have a learning disability, but have never been tested, Eastern Illinois University’s School Psychology program can provide testing as a discounted rate. Please contact them at 217-581-6615. Additionally, your local Department of Human Services may be able to provide funding assistance for testing.
Services for students with disabilities at the high school level are governed by Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), while services at the college level are governed by the American’s with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. In short, IDEA aims to assure success while ADA requires the college to provide access. For a complete breakdown of differences, click here.
Difficulty paying attention or concentrating on one task for an extended period of time.
Difficulty hearing or processing/understanding what is heard.
Total loss of sight
Total loss of hearing
Difficulty expressing oneself in spoken or written form
This month we celebrate and support those living with mental or behavioral health issues in an effort to help reduce the stigma surrounding many people living with these challenges.
Lake Land College believes in supporting the success of our students on both a personal and academic level, and we know that this all starts with their mental health and wellness. We have established these mental health resources for our students.
We are also excited to introduce the Calm app as our newest resource available to students at Lake Land College! Whether you have 30 seconds or 30 minutes, Calm’s diverse content library offers resources to suit your schedule and needs. Explore guided meditations and specialized music playlists to help with studying, stress, and focus, mindful movement video and audio, relaxing Sleep Stories, tailored content for children, wisdom-filled masterclasses led by experts, and much more.
Simply follow the instructions below to gain full access to Calm—the #1 app for mental fitness.
To get started:
Once complete, you can download the Calm app and log into your new account. Your Calm subscription gives you unlimited access to the full library of content at calm.com and in the Calm app.
If you have questions about accessing the Calm app, contact Counselor for Accommodations and Mental Health Initiatives Amber Niebrugge at firstname.lastname@example.org or 217-234-5259.