Services for Larkin University (LU) students with disabilities are provided by the Office of Student Affairs and Admissions (OSAA) in the College of Pharmacy (COP), as directed by the Associate Dean for Student Affairs and Admission (ADSAA). Services are provided to permit equal access to otherwise qualified students with disabilities to all curricular and co-curricular opportunities. In addition, the office provides leadership and guidance to the campus community to ensure compliance with legal requirements for equal access while enhancing understanding and support of students with disabilities. The office supports the caring environment of LU through its one-on-one relationships with students and strives to provide a holistic educational experience, which prepares each student to be united and equal with the non-disabled population, while assuring their human and legal rights.
To be eligible for services, students must be enrolled at LU COP. Students with disabilities must identify themselves and provide professional documentation to the Associate Dean of Student Affairs and Admissions. Faculty members are not expected to provide an accommodation unless the student presents verification of needs from the Office of Student Affairs and Admissions. For more specific information, please refer to your Student Handbook and to begin the disability accommodations process, please email the ADSAA, Dr. Lynne Arric, to schedule an intake meeting.
Associate Dean of Student Affairs & Admissions
Associate Professor, Department of Clinical & Administrative Sciences
Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 9AM-5PM