Welcome to Accessibility Services
Creating an accessible, equitable and inclusive learning environment.
Mount Royal University is committed to access, diversity and equity. Accessibility Services assists the University in creating an accessible learning environment that encourages full participation in academic courses for students experiencing disabilities.
Reasonable accommodations are tailored to the individual, flexible, and are determined by considering the barriers within the unique environment of a post-secondary institution.
We encourage student development and educate Mount Royal University about becoming a more accessible, equitable and inclusive learning environment.
Who is eligible?
Accommodations are available to registered students with documented conditions who face barriers in the post-secondary environment:
- Attention deficit/hyperactivity disorders
- Chronic health issues
- Deafness or hard of hearing
- Head injuries
- Learning disabilities
- Mental health issues
- Mobility impairments
- Physical disabilities
- Partial sight or blindness
- Temporary impairments due to accident, illness, or injury
If you are not yet a registered student and would like information about our services, stop by Y201 or call 403.440.6868 to book time for a conversation with our Prospective Student Advisor.
It takes time to review documentation, apply for funding and arrange for accommodations and services. Please contact us as soon as you are registered. Review our documentation requirements and book time for a conversation with an Access Advisor by calling 403.440.6868
Frequently asked questions
What if I don't have documents?
- Services may still be available; please call us at 403.440.6868
What can I expect from a meeting with an Access Advisor?
- Access Advisors meet with registered Mount Royal students who have a documented disability to determine reasonable academic accommodations and services based on your documentation.
- The following link will take you to a sample meeting: Your First Meeting with an Access Advisor at Mount Royal University
Talk to us about an accessibility concern at Mount Royal University