These drop-in sessions are designed for students who are registered with Accessibility Services to chat with our peer mentors.
Students can connect with peer mentors to:
- discuss how are things going
- reflect on the first semester
- set goals for the second semester
- meet upper-year and graduate students
Please note: Peer mentors can share their experience as an upper-year or graduate student, but they are not able to advise you on your specific accommodations or speak directly about the impacts of your disability. For these inquiries, please connect with your accessibility advisor.
U of T students who are registered with Accessibility Services
How The Program Works
Format: Each 2 hour drop-in session is led by peer mentors from Accessibility Services. You will have opportunities to ask questions about academics and goals in a group setting and listen in on discussions. Questions will be answered in a first come, first served format. Come when you can and stay for as long as you’d like!
Participation: Being on camera, using your mic, or participating in the chat are all optional. We welcome you to participate in a way that works for you. You are welcome to ask your own questions.
Materials: You are not required to bring any materials to these sessions, but we encourage you to come prepared with questions. Recordings of these sessions will not be provided to encourage the participation of all student attendees.
Platform access information: This session will be delivered using MS Teams. Information on how to access live captions, and all other accessibility information for MS Teams, can be found on this MS Teams accessibility page.
Questions: If you have other questions about the group drop-in format, please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.