PS 242 – Policy for Students with Disabilities outlines roles and responsibilities of providing and obtaining services for students. Students can access accommodations regardless of whether they are on campus or at a distance. For information on accessing accommodations, see links below.
Students requiring accommodations should visit the Disability Services web page. The office is open from 8:00am - 4:30pm Central Time. The Coordinator is Mrs. Pam Boersig. Appointments (by phone or email) can be scheduled by calling 318-473-6545 or by emailing email@example.com.
Moodle 3.5.4 complies with all major international standards in the area of accessibility. For more information on Moodle and its development, please visit Moodle Accessibility.
Faculty are encouraged to use the accessibility checker provided in Microsoft Office products to ensure files are accessible to students with disabilities.
Students can view the ProctorU Accessibility Statement by clicking here: ProctorU Accessibility.
Students with disabilities should review the ProctorU demo video during the first week of class to identify any accessibility issues they may have accessing the online proctored exam (found at the link above). If accommodations are needed to use ProctorU, please contact Mrs. Pam Boersig in Disability Services at 318-473-6545 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Adobe® Acrobat® Pro DC and Adobe Reader® DC software continue the tradition of providing strong accessibility support for Adobe PDF documents and forms. Acrobat DC features a number of built-in accommodations for people with disabilities, as well as support for users of assistive technologies. In addition, Acrobat DC provides authors with a complete set of tools to create and optimize accessible PDF files from almost any source. For more information, see Adobe Accessibility Statement.
LSUA strives to ensure privacy of user data for information collected by the institution as well as in contracts with external vendors or service providers.