All Augsburg students have been accepted by the college based on their ability to succeed academically and are required to meet the same academic and technical standards. Disability Resources (CLASS) provides academic support and accommodations to students with disabilities or temporary conditions. Accessing accommodations is an ongoing and interactive process where information can be gathered from the student and from other relevant sources. We ask that students interview with a Disability Specialist to discuss their requests. We prefer students to present any documentation that describes their disability and the impact on educational experiences and in the educational environment early in the process. Each student’s requests will be evaluated on an individual basis.
The purpose of documentation is to assist in providing information and understanding about how the courses or facilities might present barriers and to what degree the disability affects the student, and to plan for accommodations to facilitate access.
The first step in accessing services is to call CLASS to schedule an appointment with a Disability Specialist, (612) 330-1053.
For any disability-related campus housing needs, please contact the CLASS Office.
Some Examples of Disabilities
- Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD/ADD)
- Learning Disabilities
- Psychiatric Disabilities
- Autism Spectrum Disorders
- Head Injury/Traumatic Brain Injury
- Physical Disabilities and Systemic Illnesses
- Deafness/Hearing Impairment
- Blindness/Low Vision
- Disabilities that are sporadic or degenerative in nature
- Temporary conditions
Please contact CLASS with any questions.