Students who may require or who currently have an Individualized Education Plan (IEP) for academic accommodations should register with the Student Access Centre (SAC). This should be done as soon as they are accepted to the college to support their success.
Any students living with a disability has a right to access their education with reasonable accommodations. This includes learning disabilities, physical disabilities, neurological disorders, sensory impairments, and mental health disorders. Others who have special circumstances such as adults returning to school, allophones and single parents may benefit from accommodation and should also contact the SAC to see how they can be supported.
Steps to registering with the Student Access Centre:
There will be four steps to register, follow them one at a time.
- Contact us! In Omnivox, send a MIO message to SAC, or an email to email@example.com Please include your Champlain Saint-Lambert student number. We will reply to you with more information for your next steps.
- Complete the online intake form (which will be provided to you once you reach out).
- Provide any documentation you have (psychoeducational assessment, medical documentation and / or high school IEP).
- Meet with a SAC counsellor to assess your needs and create your college IEP.
As a new student, you should start this process as soon as you are admitted, so that you can meet an SAC counsellor before your schedule is made. We will meet you to register you to the SAC throughout the year, but the sooner the better!