Accessibility Services

Contact Us

College Center, Room 234
Phone: (440) 366-4058
Fax Number: (440) 366-4652
Ohio Text Relay Services (TTY) 800-750-0750

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Office Hours

Monday Friday,  8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

In-person, phone, and virtual appointments available

Meet Our Staff

Jody Haserodt
Learning Specialist
(440) 366-7283

Kelly McLaughlin
Learning Specialist
(440) 366-4061

Mary Murphy
(440) 366-7674

Rachel Wagner
Learning Specialist
(440) 366-4120

Jill Schaefer
Staff Assistant
(440) 366-4133

Gretchen Wysocki
Staff Assistant
(440) 366-4104


Accessibility Services partners with the campus community in creating equitable access to eligible students while promoting disability as one aspect of diversity.

Accessibility Services supports students with disabilities that include physical mobility, chronic health, psychiatric conditions, sensory limitations, and learning disabilities within the guidelines of the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act.



How do I get started?

 Get started with Accessibility Services


What resources are available to help me?

   Campus Accessibility




   Other Support Services


Ohio College2Careers Counselor at LCCC

Ohio College2Careers (Ohio C2C), a program offered by Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities (OOD), is available at 15 Ohio colleges and universities, including Lorain County Community College. This program works in collaboration with services already available through the Disability Services and Career Services offices, ensuring students with disabilities have the support they need to complete their degree and/or credential, earn higher wages, and meet the demands of tomorrow’s labor market.

Learn more about Ohio College2Careers


Nondiscrimination Statement

Lorain County Community College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, disability, age, religion or veteran/military status in its programs and activities.







Transition to on-line Instruction

Q: Is Accessibility Services open?   

Accessibility Services is open Monday through Friday from 8:30am-5:00pm. We are located in College Center 234.

If you have a question or concern, please call 440-366-4058 or email the office at  You may also email your Learning Specialist directly. 

Learning Specialists:

Jody Haserodt:

Kelly McLaughlin:

Rachel Wagner:

You may also contact the Manager of Accessibility Services, Mary Murphy at

We are also available to help by:


Q: What happens now that exams are online? How do I get extended time for an online exam?  

Please communicate with your instructors to discuss your exam accommodations in their courses.  

  • Some instructors may opt for alternative assessments (e.g. essays, untimed exams) which would not require exam accommodations.  
  • If your instructor is creating online timed exams, please notify your instructor in advance if you will need extended time by providing them with your Accommodations List.  Faculty are able to set up extended testing time in Canvas and ExamSoft.  
  • Accessibility Services is available to instructors and students to consult about unique circumstances.  

Q: I currently have a note-taker assigned in my in-person class. Now that class is online, will I still receive a copy of the notes?  

Once you have learned from your instructor how they will adapt the course for virtual instruction, please let Accessibility Services know if you will need to continue receiving notes. 

Q: Does this affect Unscheduled Absence Plans (UAP)? 

Completed UAP agreements will be honored, though reasonable modifications to the structure of the agreements may be needed with the shift to online instruction and assessment. Please contact your instructors to discuss any additional barriers presented by changes to the course format. Let your Learning Specialist know through e mail if you need any assistance right away. 

Q: With the switch to all-virtual instruction, I anticipate barriers and would like to request accommodations. What are my next steps? 

If you are not currently registered with Accessibility Services, please follow the steps outlined on the on the Accessibility Services Getting Started page.

If you are already registered with Accessibility Services, please contact your Learning Specialist.  If you are unsure who you are working with, please email and we will get you connected.