Faculty and Staff
Center for Student Access (CSA) is eager to partner with LCC faculty and staff to serve as a valuable resource as they strive to support students in their quest for success.
For faculty, we have built a handbook to inform and engage instructors in creating an inclusive classroom. The handbook includes teaching techniques on Universal Design for Learning, common disability issues, as well as legal guidelines. Additionally, CSA consultants can provide professional development to faculty and serve as a resource for problem solving disability-related classroom issues as they arise.
CSA works with LCC staff in order to create a thriving campus community which supports diversity. Supporting activities may range from presenting workshops and seminars to departments on disability related topics to providing basic information regarding disability law.
Student success and an inclusive campus is built by faculty, staff and CSA working together.
CSA has produced this handbook to help faculty in their pursuit of an inclusive classroom. With a brief overview of the law, common misconceptions, and best practices, it is a great resource to learn more about working with students with disabilities.
The handbook is available online or as a downloadable accessible Word document.
View the Faculty Handbook Online
Meet with Us
Whether you'd like to meet privately or invite us to present at to your whole department, Center for Student Access staff is always eager to meet with LCC faculty and staff.
Contact us any time to set up a meeting!