Learning Support & Disability Services

Helping you succeed

The College of Idaho seeks to provide an educational environment that appropriately supports learning and disability needs of students. The Learning Support and Disability Services Department facilitates services for students who have a physical, learning, psychological, developmental or neurological disability. Students with disabilities are encouraged to notify the College of potential ADA or 504 status during the admission process.

The College of Idaho provides services to its students with disabilities through the Learning Support & Disability Services office of the Division of Student Affairs. The Learning Support & Disability Services Director will meet with students who indicate they have disabilities to help the student arrange for reasonable accommodations and identify off-campus sources of support.

To obtain services, a student must:

NOTE: The College will not ignore or excuse behavioral manifestations (in conflict with College expectations or code of conduct) resulting from such disorders. The College holds all students to the same standards of performance and behaviors.