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Student Support Services

Fall 2017

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If you have already met with someone from our office, please take advantage of our online request forms:

Request to Send Accommodations Letter

Note Taker Request

Schedule an Exam

Request Alternative Text (Fillable PDF to print/email)

Helpful Documents for you!

Student Support Services Accommodation Guidelines (PDF to print)

Semester on a Page (PDF to print)

Semester on Two Pages (PDF to print)

Campus Accessibility Map

NOTE: You must set up an initial appointment before filling out and submitting these forms.

Requests will be processed within 3 business days of receipt.

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The Lewis & Clark Student Life Division Mission Statement

Lewis & Clark fosters a community of globally engaged citizen-leaders who share a desire to create positive change. We collaborate in academic and experiential learning, civic leadership and career development, diversity and inclusion, and wellness. We are an enduring community of scholars who inquire and work in an interdependent world, and create a place of belonging in which all students can take pride and realize their full potential. 

 

The Student Support Services Department Mission Statement

To serve and support students with disabilities in the CAS, graduate school and law school. To help students appreciate their distinctive ways of learning and develop strategies for success based on their strengths and to develop strong self-advocacy skills. To help the LC community develop positive modes of interacting with students with disabilities.

About us

Lewis & Clark is committed to serving the needs of our students with disabilities and learning differences. Professional staff in the office of Student Support Services are available to ensure that students receive all of the benefits of a comprehensive selection of services.

Our office also provides advising and advocacy for students with disabilities and support for students who seek advice on academic strategies. Services, advising, and accommodations are always the result of an active partnership between students and Student Support Services staff.

Please use the menu on the right side of this page to navigate our site.

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Contact Us
 
Kayleigh McCauley, Ed.D - Director
kmccauley@lclark.edu, x7143
 
Eileen Dowty, M.A. - Associate Director
edowty@lclark.edu, x7175
 
Rebecca Brooks, M.A. - Associate Director
rbrooks@lclark.edu, x7190
 
Michael Coiner - Administrative Specialist
(Accom Letters, Note Takers)
mcoiner@lclark.edu, x7156
 
Carolin Thompson - Administrative Specialist
(Exams)
carolin@lclark.edu, x7192 

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Events

September 27th, 2017

  • Image preview 3:00pm - 4:00pm: Prewriting and Planning: How to Navigate the E&D Writing Process

    Strong E&D essays require savvy decisions about topics and time.  This workshop will demonstrate simple and smart techniques for using your time effectively as you draft, revise, and edit your writing for E&D and other classes. We will discuss strategies for interpreting assignments, developing arguments, and completing work with confidence. Bring your syllabus and an essay assignment to consider; we will practice prewriting and planning techniques that will help you to make the most of your college writing experience. 

October 11th, 2017

  • Image preview 3:00pm - 4:00pm: The Quick Fix and the Long Arc: Improving Your Writing at L&C

    Writing is a crucial academic skill, but it is also an essential life skill, central to a purposeful and reflective life. Surviving the next paper sometimes leads students to lose sight of longer-term goals, but setting those goals is essential to developing into a mature and confident writer. This workshop will offer concrete advice to improve your fall E&D papers, but will also help you start thinking about how to develop better writing habits, respond to feedback from professors whose expectations can differ, and track the growth of your writing across the longer arc of a Lewis & Clark education. 

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