The Lincoln College ACCESS (Academy of Collegiate Collaboration for Effective Student Success) Program, a nationally recognized program, is a fee-based academic support program for students with AD/HD, or disabilities that negatively impact executive functions.
Students who participate in ACCESS work with an academic coach to develop skills and strategies that are essential to their academic success. In order to achieve maximum results, students must be committed to the process and demonstrate a willingness to collaborate with their academic coach to achieve their desired results.
There is an additional fee of $2,250 per semester that the student is enrolled in the ACCESS Program. Students can enroll for the program one semester at a time. However, due to the nature of the program and the need for student commitment within the program, there are no ACCESS fee refunds once the semester has begun.
For information about accommodations and services, please visit the Office for Disability Services.