Ways we can help
You might need an exam reader, but not a tutor. Someone else might need a tutor, but not a note taker.
Because how we help is based on your needs, you need to speak with an accessibility advisor
Start with your campus accessibility advisor
- for Vermilion programs, contact Dale at 780 853 8438
- for Lloydminster programs, contact Tami at 780 871 5457
- for online programs, contact either advisor
- complete contact information is on the accessibility services page
To access exam accommodations, you must meet with your campus accessibility advisor to discuss individual needs.
|Other accommodations and supports|
Tutoring supplements regular course work.
They aren't a substitute for attending class and studying on your own.
All Lakeland College students are eligible for tutoring.
See the how to get a peer tutor page for more information. Students with documented disabilities can often access a content tutor as well as a peer tutor.
To access note taking services, you must meet with an accessibility advisor to discuss your needs.
The note taking service is provided to ensure equal access to classroom information. Increasingly, instructors provide notes either online through our learning management system (D2L), or by using smart classroom technology.
You won't know who your note taker is. The relationship is anonymous.
|Alternate formats for textbooks and course materials|
The alternate format service is provided to ensure equal access to textbook/course information.
If you are blind or have low vision, mobility disabilities, learning disabilities and/or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, you may be eligible for textbooks and other course materials in an alternate format such as electronic text (e-text), audio text (MP3), enlarged print text and Braille.
Alternate format is not guaranteed.
Adaptive textbooks: the steps