OFFICE OF STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES
Wright Hall, 113
1570 Baltimore Pike
Lincoln University, PA 19352
Office Hours: Monday-Friday ~ 9am-5pm
SERVICES FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES
University is committed to non-discrimination of students with
disabilities and therefore ensures that they have equal access to
higher education, programs, activities, and services in order to
achieve full participation and integration into the University.
In keeping with the philosophies of the mission and vision of the
University, the Office of Student Support Services, through the
Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD) Program, provides an
array of support services and reasonable accommodations for students
with special needs and/or disabilities as defined by Section 504 of the
Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of
1990. The Services for Students with Disabilities Program seeks
to promote awareness and a campus environment in which accommodating
students with special needs and/or disabilities is natural extension of
the University’s goal.
Services for Students with Disabilities Program provides assistance and
support to students who have been diagnosed as having a permanent or
temporary disability. Disabilities covered under the program
include, but are not limited to, blind/low vision, hearing
loss/impairments, physical disabilities, medical disabilities,
psychological or mental disabilities, and learning disabilities.
Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act defines disability as “any
impairment which substantially limits a major life activity.
What forms do I need to complete to enroll in the Services for Students with Disabilities Program?
forms needed to enroll in the program are the Self-Identification Form,
Student Intake Form, Documented Disability Form, and the Consent of
Release Form. All required forms are listed below under "Enrollment Forms."
Where do I submit all of my forms?
All forms can be sent to the attention of Ms. Bailey, faxed to 484-365-7971, or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
What's the next step after I submit all of the required forms?
Ms. Bailey will inform you via letter if your documentation does not meet enrollment guidelines. Click Self-Identification and Appropriate Documentation link for more information.
approved, you will meet with Ms. Bailey to discuss your
accommodations. Ms. Bailey will contact you via the cellphone
number provided or via email (for currently enrolled students only) to
verify all received documents. At this time,
notification will be given as to when to visit the office to conduct
the intake session. University City or Coatesville campus students can make alternate arrangements for intake.
Documented Disability Form
Student Intake Form