Center For Accessibility Resources

Syllabus Statements

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Select ONE of the following Center for Accessibility Resources statements for your syllabus. 

 

 

Option 1

LBCC is committed to inclusiveness and equal access to higher education. If you have approved accommodations through the Center for Accessibility Resources (CFAR) and would like to use your accommodations in the class, please talk to your instructor as soon as possible to discuss your needs. If you believe you may need accommodations but are not yet registered with CFAR, please visit the CFAR Website for steps on how to apply for services or call (541) 917-4789

 

 

Option 2 

Students who may need accommodations due to documented disabilities, who have medical information which the instructor should know, or who need special arrangements in an emergency should speak with their instructor during the first week of class. If you believe you may need accommodations but are not yet registered with the Center for Accessibility Resources (CFAR), please visit the CFAR Website for steps on how to apply for services or call (541) 917-4789.

 

 

Option 3

You should meet with your instructor during the first week of class if: 

  1. You have a documented disability and need accommodations. 
  2. Your instructor needs to know medical information about you. 
  3. You need special arrangements in the event of an emergency. 

If you have documented your disability, remember that you must make your request for accommodations through the Center for Accessibility Resources (CFAR) Online Services webpage every term in order to receive accommodations. If you believe you may need accommodations but are not yet registered with CFAR, please visit the CFAR Website for steps on how to apply for services or call (541) 917-4789

 

 

Option 4 (Online/Remote Class Option)

LBCC is committed to inclusiveness and equal access to higher education. If you have approved accommodations through the Center for Accessibility Resources (CFAR) and would like to use your accommodations in this class, please contact your instructor as soon as possible to discuss your needs. If you think you may be eligible for accommodations but are not yet registered with CFAR, please visit the CFAR Website for steps on how to apply for services. Online course accommodations may be different than those for on-campus courses, so it is important that you make contact with CFAR as soon as possible.