Current Students

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 the Office of Student Accessibility staff to discuss your academic needs.

We provide a wide range of services, support and advocacy for students with a variety of disabilities and learning differences. We can talk with you about ways to advocate for yourself, to learn about your own learning style, and to reach out to other students at Lewis & Clark and the community. We’re here to assist you in making your time here productive and successful.

If you already have an Accommodations Letter on file, please use the following link to access services:

Make an Appointment

Complete Intake Form and/or Submit Additional Documentation

Questions and Consultation

For questions regarding academic support and accommodations, students and faculty can contact the Office of Student Accessibility by calling 503-768-7192 or emailing access@lclark.edu. Students and faculty may also schedule an appointment online. Phone and Zoom appointments are available with OSA Staff members, if needed.

Exam Accommodations

The Law School Registrar’s Office will ensure all exam accommodations are provided to students. Faculty do not need to take any steps regarding exam accommodations. If you have questions, please contact Law School Assistant Registrar Brooke Mill (bmill@lclark.edu).

Faculty Notifications - Student Illness or Personal Emergency

Students who miss more than three days of online class, due to illness or personal emergency, can contact Associate Dean Libby Davis (eadavis@lclark.edu) to request an attendance accommodation.

Emergency Resources