The Lincoln College ACCESS program is a fee-based program designed to enable students who have Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (AD/HD) to realize and maximize their potential at the college level. The program is housed within the Office for Disability Services and is open to Lincoln College students who are registered with ODS and who have a medical diagnosis of AD/HD. ACCESS students have the opportunity to participate in a five-day intensive course prior to the beginning of classes in the fall, and will meet with an ACCESS coach twice per week throughout the semester for assistance in areas such as goal setting, study strategies, time management, organization skills, and self-advocacy.
The program cost is $2,250 per semester.
Students may contact the Office for Disability Services at (217) 732-3155 or at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.