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Accessibility Resources

Welcome to Accessibility Resources

Lycoming College is committed to ensuring that students with disabilities have equal access to all programs, services, and activities. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (and its amendments) and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, the Accessibility Resources staff make arrangements for students with disabilities to have reasonable and appropriate accommodations. We offer a variety of resources with the goal of providing equal access to academic content and program requirements.

We work individually with students to identify their needs and put into place necessary accommodations. We also work with students to support the development of self-advocacy skills and independence.

View Documentation Requirements

Accessibility Resources staff will review supporting disability-related documentation and identify specific accommodations for which the student is eligible. Documentation must be recent (within three years, approximately), typed, signed by a qualified professional (not a family member), printed on letterhead, and include the following:

  • Diagnosis/identification a specific disorder or condition
  • Description of the diagnostic methodology/how the condition was diagnosed (include test scores, when applicable)
  • Description of how the diagnosis impacts a major life activity of the student
  • Description of the level of severity of the condition
  • Description of past and current services and treatments

For students with learning disabilities who received special education services in high school, the most recent psychoeducational evaluation report must be submitted. The IEP (Individualized Education Plan) is not adequate supporting documentation, as it only represents one institution's response to the presence of a disability. For full consideration, the evaluation report must include diagnostic methodology that consists of a psychological assessment (i.e., individual test of intellectual functioning) and an educational assessment (i.e., reading, writing, and math achievement subtests).

For more information, contact the Office of Academic Services Deans at