Counseling & Disability Services
Students may seek counseling for assistance with changing environments, changing situations, stressful relationships, as well as other concerns and problems. The university provides psychological help at no cost through Counseling Services, which is staffed with a licensed counselor and interns. All conversations are confidential. The primary purpose of this department is to provide problem resolution and short-term, solution-focused therapy. Students who need long-term treatment, and/or more than four sessions per month, and/or specialty treatment should make arrangements to see community health professionals. For medication management, students may contact medical professionals in the Seguin area.
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Texas Lutheran University offers a variety of accommodations to students with disabilities based on appropriate documentation, nature of disability and academic need. The university has a long-standing commitment to serve a diversified community. Included in this commitment are ongoing efforts to make the learning resources and physical facilities of the university accessible to students with disabilities. In accordance with the terms of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA), TLU provides reasonable accommodations for students with physical/medical and/or learning disabilities, and/or psychological disabilities.
All classroom buildings, residence halls, the administration building, and the library have access ramps, and some have elevators. A limited number of parking spaces for students with disabilities are reserved throughout the campus.
It is the right and the responsibility of the individual student to request accommodations and to provide professional documentation of their disability. The student is responsible for initiating this procedure each semester or summer school session.
For accommodation and appeals procedures and verification of disability forms, visit MyTLU (login required).
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