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Our goal is to minimize and alleviate barriers to success for students. We offer an array of services for students including, but not limited to: finding community resources; obtaining financial assistance for emergencies; targeted programming for traditionally under-served student populations; and providing educational accommodations. 

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3500 South First Street
Lufkin, TX 75901

Main: (936) 639-1301
access@angelina.edu

Mon – Fri 8:00A.M. – 5:00P.M.

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Disability Accommodations Checklist

To self-identify as a student with disability that impacts your education, you must complete these steps.
Step 1
Request an Accommodations Application
  • Please request an accommodations packet by emailing us at access@angelina.edu
  • Once you have filled out the application, please send it to us via email, or you can drop it off in person in our office on Tuesday or Thursday in the Student Center, room 206.
Step 2
Provide Documentation of Your Disability
  • Student documentation of disability to the Office of Access and Inclusion access@angelina.edu
  • For more information regarding documentation needed, or policies and procedures regarding disability accommodations, please email us at access@angelina.edu or visit our policies and procedures manual. 
Step 3
Schedule an Interactive Discussion
  • Student must schedule an Interactive Discussion with the Director of the OA&I at least 14 days before the first day of school in order to ensure that accommodations are in place before the first class day.
  • The purpose of an ID is to ensure the student understands the process for subsequent semesters and helps to ensure the student’s needs are met.

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Student Emergency Aid Fund

Angelina College students may now apply for student emergency assistance. We define an emergency as a temporary and unexpected bill that, if unpaid, may force a student to withdraw out of class or be unsuccessful in a course. To initially qualify, students must be currently enrolled and have at least a 2.0 GPA. These emergencies may or may not be due to COVID-19.