Students With Disabilities
Lindsey Wilson College accepts students with disabilities and
provides reasonable accommodation that will facilitate success.
Depending on the nature of the disability, some students may need
to take a lighter course load and may need more than four years to
graduate. Students needing accommodation should apply to the
College as early as possible, usually before May 15. Immediately
after acceptance, students must identify and document the nature of
their disabilities with Mr. Ben Martin, the Learning & Physical
Disabilities Coordinator. It is the responsibility of the
student to provide the Learning & Physical Disabilities
Coordinator with appropriate materials documenting the learning
disability. Learning disabilities are typically documented by a
recent high school Individualized Education Program (IEP) and
results from testing conducted by a psychologist, psychiatrist, or
a qualified, licensed person. The College does not provide
assessment services for students who may be learning disabled.
Although Lindsey Wilson provides limited personal counseling for
all students, the College does not have structured programs
available for students with emotional or behavioral disabilities.
For more information, contact Mr. Martin at (270) 384-7479.
Bachelor of Arts degree applicants to the community campus
programs of the School of Professional Counseling may also wish to
contact Ms. Myra Ford, Director of the Human Services &
Counseling program, at (270) 384-8153. Master of Education degree
applicants to the community campuses may also wish to contact Dr.
Jeffrey Crane, Director of the Counseling & Human Development
program, at (270) 384-8160. Applicants to the Scottsville Campus
may also wish to contact Ms. Dorinda Livesay, Enrollment Manager,
at (270) 237-9136.