Welcome to
North Idaho College 
Disability Support Services (DSS) 

Seiter Hall, Room 100

208-769-5947

Our Mission:  The North Idaho College Disability Support Services (DSS), in partnership with college and community resources and in full compliance with applicable law, is committed to ensuring that students with documented disabilities are able to fully participate in academic programs, services, and activities.  DSS also works towards building and supporting an academic community whose members have diverse cultures, backgrounds, and life experiences.  In this way, DSS supports student success through their pursuit of lifelong learning and further works to help uphold and maintain the dignity and well-being of all students.


Are you a new student and need to know how to get started?

The North Idaho College Disability Support Services (DSS) office assists students with disabilities.  DSS provides academic accommodations, access, assistance, and services at NIC and at the North Idaho Consortium of Higher Education campuses of Boise State University, Lewis and Clark State College, and the Idaho State University in the Northern Idaho region.

DSS services are designed to support you throughout your academic career.  Please contact our office to discuss how disability and eligibility, what services and assistive technology might be helpful to you, how accommodations are identified and implemented, and your rights and responsibilities.

Also, if you are a Dual Credit student, parent or family member, high school teacher or counselor and are interested in the differences between disability services in a high school compared to a college setting, be sure to select the "Dual Credit/Students/High School Counselor/Parents" link to the right.

We look forward to working with you!

For more information about North Idaho College Disability Support Services, click on the DSS Handbook to the right.

 




Need more information?  Contact NIC Disability Support Services at (208) 665-4520.



Nondiscrimination Clause
North Idaho College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, or disability in any educational programs or activities receiving federal financial assistance or in employment practices.

Inquiries regarding compliance with this non-discrimination policy and the college’s grievance process may be directed to the Executive Director of Human Resources at the NIC Human Resources Offices, Sherman Building, Room 108, 1000 West Garden Avenue, Coeur d’Alene, Idaho 83814, (208) 769-3272.