Accessibility Advisor Update Form

Details

For most questions and concerns, you will have to meet with your Accessibility Advisor in person either through a drop-in hour or by booking an appointment. Find out how to stay in touch with your Accessibility Advisor here.

But there may be times that you need to provide a brief informational update to your Accessibility Advisor – especially if you are experiencing a flare up of disability-related symptoms.

Please avoid emailing your Accessibility Advisor and use the form below to provide this update.

When should you use this form?

Prior to an in-person visit, use this form to update your Advisor regarding:

  • A disability-related flare-up
  • A missed class or classes related to disability
  • A missed practicum or placement related to disability
  • Any other changes in your health or medication that may impact your academic work that your Advisor should know before a meeting

Please Note:

  • Do not use this form without also booking an appointment or attending a drop-in hour. This update will be added to your file, but no further action will be taken until you meet with your Advisor in person.
  • Do not use this form in cases of a personal or health emergency.  If this is the case, consult a medical professional, call 911 or visit their nearest local emergency room. 
  • Do not use this form to request extensions on assignments. If your accommodations specify extensions on assignments of up to one [1] week for disability- related circumstances, please provide your Letter of Accommodation to your professor to request an extension. For extensions beyond one week, complete the Extension Request Form.
  • Questions regarding OSAP or the processing of a BSWD application you completed with your Accessibility Advisor should be directed to Enrolment Services.
Notifications form
Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act Statement

The University of Toronto respects your privacy.  Personal information that you choose to provide voluntarily to the University is collected pursuant to section 2(14) of the University of Toronto Act, 1971. 

It is collected for the purpose(s) of program administration.  At all times it will be protected in accordance with the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.  If you have questions, please contact accessibility.services [at] utoronto.ca