The Student Success Center provides accessibility to students requiring accommodations through the provision of a wide variety of services tailored to each student’s documented needs. To qualify for services, students must provide appropriate documentation of a disability at the time services and/or accommodations are requested. Upon completion of the verification process, Center staff will forward a letter that lists the services and accommodations that are deemed reasonable. The letter is distributed to you, relevant campus offices that provide services, the dean who oversees the division in which your courses are taken, and the professors who teach your courses.
Please take note of the following vital information:
- It is your responsibility to contact the Student Success Center each semester, trimester, or minimester to request accommodations so that the accommodation forms can be forwarded to your professors.
- Total time for processing the accommodation form after verification will be approximately 5-10 business days. Please be advised sufficient time is needed to distribute information to deans, professors, and relevant campus offices.
- Files will be destroyed after 2 inactive semesters.
Prospective students and students requesting assistance for the first time are asked to refer to the "Disability Service Packet" attached below.
2) Notification of Student Disability Request Form
3) ADA Student_Information sheet
4) Students with Disabilities handbook
5) Frequently Asked Questions
6) How is College Different from High School
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
OLLU provides reasonable accommodations to enable students with physical and learning disabilities to participate in and benefit from all university educational programs and activities. For more information on eligibility and accommodations, please contact The Student Success Center.
The Americans with Disabilities Act Full Text
Amendments to the Americans with Disabilities Act
In accordance with the requirements of the federal Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), the Center for Student Success protects each students’ right to privacy by limiting access to disability records pertaining to the provision of services and accommodations. Students may authorize other people to have access to materials in their file only by signing a release form.
Our Lady of the Lake University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability or age in its programs and activities. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies as the ADA Coordinator:
Janet Fischer M.Ed.
Services to Students with Disability Coordinator
Moye Basement #009A 411 S.W.24th
Street, San Antonio, Texas 78207
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