COVID-19 Update
10/12/2020

Our operational status

The ACCESS Center is currently open.  Students needing to schedule appointments with an advisor can schedule with their individual advisor or call our front desk to make an appointment.  Appointments can be scheduled for video conference calls or an in-person meeting depending on your advisor.

For more information: UWL's COVID-19 info hub

Important Information

The ACCESS Center is currently open.  Please contact us using either your assigned advisor's individual contact information below, or if you have not yet been assigned an advisor you may call or email the main office. 

Students needing to schedule appointments with an advisor can schedule with their individual advisor or call our front desk to make an appointment.  Appointments can be scheduled for video conference calls or an in-person meeting depending on your advisor.

 

Important Dates:

December 24-25 - Office Closed, University Holiday

December 28, 29, 30 - ACCESS Center office open, limited staffing

December 31-January 1 - Office Closed, University Holiday

January 4 - First day of class, Winter Term

January 18 - Office Closed, University Holiday

January 22 - Last day of class and Final exams, Winter Term

February 1 - First day of class, Spring Term

May 7 - Last day of class, Spring Term

May 10-14 - Final exams, Spring Term

The ACCESS Center promotes equal access and educational opportunity for students with disabilities and provides services to students attending UW-La Crosse who have a documented disability.

ACCESS Center staff will meet with students and - based on documentation - determine appropriate academic accommodations to help you accomplish your academic goals and give you the support you need through graduation. 

If you have a documented disability that is challenging you, get the support and assistance you deserve to help make the most of your education and campus life activities.


Who We Serve

  • The ACCESS Center serves any student with a documented disability (e.g. ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Acquired Brain Injury, PTSD, Physical, Sensory, Psychological, or Learning Disability) who needs to arrange academic accommodations for their classes.

What We Do

  • Promote access on campus and coordinate academic accommodations with students and instructors for students with disabilities
  • Provide a testing location for students with assistive technology, extended time, and/or reduced distraction accommodations based on individual needs
  • Work with students to coordinate access to other campus resources (housing, dining, etc.) and offer guidance to students

 

 

Accessibility Map

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The accessibility map is created and maintained by students in the Geography & Earth Science department.