A service animal is any animal individually trained to do work or perform tasks for the benefit of a person with a disability.
While legal access rights are afforded the users of service animals, that access comes with the responsibility of ensuring that the animal behaves and responds appropriately at all times, and must adhere to the same socially accepted standards as any individual in the College community.
At Lakeland College, it is the handler's responsibility to ensure the safety of the service animal.
See the drop down menus for more information about service animals.
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