Office of Student Accessibility

Welcome to the Office of Student Accessibility, formerly the offices of case management and student support services. Office hours: Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. CAS exam proctoring hours: Monday through Friday 8:00 am to 4:30 pm. 

SET UP HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONS: Campus Living encourages transfer and incoming students to begin the housing accommodation process with OSA by June 10, 2022. Placement for the 2022-2023 academic year can not be guaranteed if the accommodation process is not started by this date. 

Students outside the Albany Quadrangle where the Office of Student Accessibility is housed The Office of Student Accessibility engages and assists students as they navigate their academic and personal experiences at Lewis & Clark. We work with students, faculty, and staff at the College of Arts and Sciences, Law school, and Graduate School of Education and Counseling. In addition, we work with students as they learn to navigate administrative processes, connect with campus and community resources, develop self advocacy skills, and strategies for academic and personal success.

We serve as the accessibility office, providing accommodations, education, consultation and advocacy for students with disabilities. In addition to our work with students with disabilities, we also support the campus wide community with accessing resources to support overall health and wellness.

UPDATED JUNE, 2021 Notice Regarding COVID-19: Lewis & Clark College is committed to supporting those students who are at higher risk of developing severe illness from COVID-19. Persons with underlying health conditions and individuals who are immunocompromised are among the groups at increased risk of more serious illness. If you are considered to be a person at increased risk and need to take extra precautions due to COVID-19, please schedule an appointment with our staff to discuss your academic needs.

Aimée Milne Named Director of the Office of Student Accessibility

In the following Q&A, Director of the Office of Student Accessibility Aimée Milne talks about her path to Lewis & Clark, her new role, and how the OSA supports students.