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Accessibility-related updates for students

Updated: September 15, 2021

Many of you have questions about how your academic accommodations may be impacted by the shift to remote/online instruction and the return to campus.

Download Strategies for Online Learning (PDF). This document discusses online learning and provides tips, referral pathways and next steps.

The Accessibility Undergraduate Student Handbook (PDF) also provides information and assistance to students.

Consider joining a Transition to In-Person/Hybrid Learning Series session to learn how to navigate accommodations when we return to campus, practice new learning strategies for the in-person environment and take part in community and connection-building.

These transitions require some adjustments by all members of the campus community. Thank you for your patience while we work together to find reasonable solutions, given the exceptional circumstances.

Read important information below to keep in mind during this time. For more information, please refer to COVID-19 Information for U of T Students (Office of the Vice-Provost, Students).

 

If you’re not feeling well, the Health & Wellness Centre offers information on what students should do if they feel unwell and information about the absence declaration tool on ACORN.
If you don’t have access to a computer to participate in online learning, the University of Toronto Libraries offer laptops, iPads and other technology for loan. Find information regarding availability and instructions.

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