Student Support Services
The Department of Student Support Services
The Department of Student Support Services is comprised of the Office of Student Support Services and the Office of Case Management.
The Office of Student Support Services
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 Student Support Services staff to discuss your academic needs.
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.
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.
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The Office of Case Management
To serve and support the L&C community and individual students by providing referrals, problem-solving, consultation, campus office navigation, and advocacy for those who are experiencing difficulty or distress.
The Office of Case Management specializes in helping students make connections to other campus services as well as to health care on- and off-campus. Common areas of concern that we see in our office include issues involving both mental and physical health, substance use, eating disorders, learning differences and financial obstacles.
We empower students to build personal resiliency and develop strategies to overcome barriers to success, and we serve as a partner on the path to graduation. The Office of Case Management is directed by Aimée Milne. Aimee is a licensed professional counselor with an MA from Lewis & Clark.
Please Note: The Office of Case Management does not determine or facilitate accommodations. Please schedule an appointment with Student Support Services staff for more information about accommodations.
- Semester on a Page (Google Doc) or Semester on a Page (PDF to print)
- Semester on Two Pages (Google Doc) Semester on Two Pages (PDF to print)
- Weekly Study Hours Form (Google Doc) Weekly Study Hours Form (PDF to print)
- Campus Accessibility Map (Undergrad Campus)
- Campus Accessibility Map (Grad Campus)
- Campus Accessibility Map (Law Campus)
Kayleigh McCauley-Sayer, Ed.D - Director
Rebecca Brooks, MA - Associate Director, Student Support Services
Eileen Dowty, MA - Associate Director, Student Support Services
Aimée Milne, MA - Associate Director, Case Management
Carolin Thompson - Administrative Specialist
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