Welcome to Center for Educational Access (CEA)
Please click on the links to the right for more information
Students w/ disAbilitiesSeiter Hall, Room 100
Center for Educational Access (CEA) is dedicated to assisting students to achieve their educational goals by facilitating accommodation requests for students who are experiencing classroom and programmatic barriers due to a documented disability.
Are you a new student and need to know how to get started?
Complete the application process through Admissions first, and complete assessment testing. Then attend OARS (click on Admissions ).
But before you attend OARS, you may need Disability Related Advising, or accommodations for your COMPASS test. If so, contact us at 665-4520. (Students should be scheduled for OARS, 769-3311 before calling for an appointment in CEA for Disability Related Advising).
At the end of the day, when you have completed OARS, you will have your class schedule. Then contact CEA and ask to request accommodations. We will assist you with that process.A
Are you a continuing student who has already had accommodations through CEA during a past semester (s) and wants to request accommodations for the present semester?
Come by the office and pickup the paperwork to make requests for the present semester and after completing them return them to us. We will call you if we have any questions.....OR, ask for an appointment with a CEA staff to assist you in completing your paperwork. We are happy to help you! Please click on link to the right for more info or to download required forms.
Are you a student or parent just looking to see what CEA has to offer?
Please call CEA and let us know that you would like to visit campus. Admissions can arrange a tour for you and we can set up a appointment to meet wiith you at that time as well. We would be happy to talk with you about what CEA can offer you as a student with a disability.
Faculty/Staff Training and/or Information Opportunities (click on links to the right for more info)
If you are a new instructor, or an Instructor who needs more information after having read the information on this website, please contact CEA and we will be happy to meet with you or answer any questions you many have.
You may also request a meeting or training for your Instructional Division or group, on CEA process or any other issues or questions related the accommodation of...
Contact the Center for Educational Access at (208) 769-7794 or (208) 665-4520.
- Disability History Week
- Disability History Museum
- Transition to Post-Secondary Disabilities for Parents
- Scholarships for Students with Disabilities
Accommodations for Students Attending LCSC and BSU
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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. The College provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups.
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.