LEARNING ACCESS PROGRAM, J-204
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The Learning Access Program (LAP) is Stockton University's disability support services office. Our role is to educate, advocate and facilitate equal access while maintaining a welcoming, inclusive and accessible campus community. The Learning Access Program upholds and extends compliance standards set forth by the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act in all of its policies, procedures, and practices.
Welcome! If you are seeking services from the Learning Access Program or need to renew your accommodations for the upcoming semester, please contact us at 609.652.4988 or visit us on Main Campus J-204 to schedule an appointment. Learn More
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The Learning Access Program can assist you in creating an inclusive learning environment and answer questions about student accommodations. Learn More
Philosophy and Mission Statement
The mission of the Wellness Center is to encourage the pursuit of healthier lifestyles, balancing study, family and life commitments, interacting in an environment that fosters positive changes and integrates wellness into the community culture. The Wellness Center at Stockton seeks to fulfill this mission by guiding students through their academic careers and helping them to make the most of their experience on campus. Student learning is at the core of the higher education academic mission. As part of the Wellness Center, the mission of the Learning Access Program (LAP) is to provide access to a quality and an equal educational opportunity.
Professional Standards of Ethical Practice
To further the philosophy and mission of the Wellness Center, the Learning Access Program is committed to professional and ethical practices in decision-making, delivery of services, and scholarship. LAP staff are guided by:
- Stockton University Code of Conduct (Campus Code of Conduct)
- The Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education (CAS) Standards for Disability Resources and Services (http://www.cas.edu)
- The Association of Higher Education and Disability (AHEAD) Code of Ethics and Professional Standards (http://ahead.org)
“Register Ready – New Jersey’s Special Needs Registry for Disasters” allows New Jersey residents with disabilities or access and functional needs and their families, friends, caregivers and associates an opportunity to provide information to emergency response agencies so emergency responders can better plan to serve them in a disaster or other emergency.