Disabilities & Learning Services
In keeping with its mission- Concordia University is committed to the full access and inclusion of all qualified students and its program. Disabilities & Learning Services (DLS) coordinates reasonable and appropriate accommodations for students with documented disabilities, in accordance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (504) and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA). If you are an individual with a documented disability, you may be eligible for accommodation. To be considered for accommodations students need to contact the DLS Coordinator to schedule an appointment and submit proper documentation.
Any student with a documented learning, physical or mental disability who feels their disability may impact academic success may be qualified to receive accommodation. Students needing academic adjustments are required to contact Liisa Ferguson, DLS Coordinator, no later than the second Friday of the semester for which you are seeking accommodation. All discussions will remain confidential. Should an issue arise mid-semester, students should contact the DLS Coordinator as soon as possible. However, not all mid-semester requests can be guaranteed. Once your learning needs have been established and upon your consent, the DLS Coordinator will work with you, your professors and academic advisor, to obtain appropriate learning accommodations.
Disabilites & Learning Services Office is located in Student Services, Mary Neils Building. Liisa Ferguson, DLS Coordinator, can be reached by calling 503-280-8515, or by email at email@example.com.