Current Students

Current Students

Steps after you are registered as a student:

  1. Provide disability-related documentation:
    • For example, a psychoeducational assessment from a registered psychologist or a letter from your physician.
  2. Book a conversation with an Access Advisor for one week later.
    • We will review the documentation you have provided.
  3. Make a Semester Request before the start of each semester.
    • Online request form
    • Wait 2-4 business days for your request to be approved.
    • Print your letters
  4. Meet with each of your Professors in person to privately discuss your accommodations. Arrange a one to one meeting or see them during their office hours (refer to each course outline for Professor contact information and office hours schedule).
    • Obtain signatures from each Professor.
  5. Return the signed Professor Acknowledgement Form to us.
  6. Proceed to request your accommodated exams.

Services for eligible students experiencing disabilities:

  • Information for students transitioning from high school or transferring from another institution
  • Assessment of needs based on documentation of disability
  • Screening for learning disorders
  • Assistance with applying for "Canada Student Loan for Students with Permanent Disabilities" grants
  • Academic accommodation memos for Professors
  • Accommodated exams
  • Assistive technology assessment and supports
  • Access supports coordination (note-takers, scribes, strategists, sign language interpreters)
  • Information about campus accessibility (physical access)
  • Mediation assistance
  • Disability-related coaching
  • Information about and referral to other student services
     

Eligibility for accommodations and services

Student rights and responsibilities

Helpful information

Informing your Professors

Guidelines for accessing exam accommodations

Student Accommodation Concern/Appeal Notification

Links to campus support services

A-Z list of Student Services

Academic Advising

Diversity and Human Rights

New Student Orientation

Student Counselling

Student Learning Services 

Locker location

 

 

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