Accessibility Services at LSSU

Lake Superior State University is committed to ensuring equal access to its programs and activities for qualified individuals, including individuals with disabilities. Disabilities may include physical or mental impairments which substantially limit one or more of a person’s major life activities, and which necessitate modifications to Lake Superior State University’s facilities, programs, or services. Lake Superior State University is committed to making reasonable accommodations for qualifying students, faculty, and employees with disabilities as required by applicable laws. Lake Superior State University cannot make accommodations that are unreasonable, unduly burdensome or that fundamentally alter the nature of its programs or services.

While most building are accessible to persons with disabilities, there are a few buildings which are not. Below is a listing of inaccessible campus buildings. If you need to meet with someone whose office is in an inaccessible building, just give them a call and they will be happy to arrange to meet with you in an accessible location.

All programming and activities scheduled in building on the inaccessible list will be moved to an accessible space with any request from Students, Staff, Faculty, and/or Campus Guest. Requests for relocation shall be made to the Human Resources office at 906-635-2213. Requests for relocation of programming and activities, if possible, should be made 48 hrs prior to event.

Administrative/Academic Buildings

Administration Building
Brown Hall
Counseling Services
Native American Center-Eskoonwid Endaad

Housing Units

Erie Hall
Huron Hall
Laker Hall
Ontario Hall
Neveu Hall