Welcome to the Learning Assistance Center and Disability Services (LAC-DS). Here you will find helpful information to help guide you through the accommodations process. Please let us know if you have any questions at any time. We’re here to help!
For students already registered with the LAC-DS and approved for accommodations:
Your information from past semesters about approved accommodations has been moved to our new system! Please login to our Student Portal. Make sure you use your Wake Forest email ID and password to do so. An email confirmation will be received when your application has successfully gone through to the LAC-DS office.
Once you have logged on, you will be able to select which accommodations you would like to use for each class you are registered for in the upcoming fall semester. To verify all of your approved accommodations, they will be listed under “My Eligibility” in the “My Accommodations” section on the left of the screen.
If your accommodations were temporary, you may not be able to access the accommodation request system until you meet with a staff member to discuss further. Please follow the instructions below for registering for accommodations.
For students not yet registered for accommodations with our office including incoming first-year Students:
Please login to our Student Portal. Make sure you use your Wake Forest email ID and password to do so. An email confirmation will be received when your application has successfully gone through to the LAC-DS office. You will be prompted to complete a brief application form that will let you provide our office with additional information about what services/accommodations you are seeking and your history of using accommodations. The system will also allow you to upload an electronic copy of your documentation for review.
For students with a wakehealth.edu email address, please contact the office directly at email@example.com. We will assist you with creating a profile in our digital accommodation management system.
Tests will not be proctored by the LAC-DS fall 2020.
Until further notice all staff at the LAC-DS will be working remotely. Please call (336-758-5929) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org) to talk with a member of our staff.
In addition to coordinating accommodations for students with disabilities, our office is committed to helping all WFU students in reaching their academic goals. We offer specific assistance through academic coaching and through our peer tutoring program!