If you are experiencing difficulties affecting your learning in lectures, labs or tutorials and you identify with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) or believe you may have a disability, we encourage you to register with Accessibility Services for academic accommodations. Accessibility Services supports students registered in courses on the St. George campus.
Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder typically have a psycho-educational report and/or other medical documentation. If the documentation dates to childhood, you will need supplemental documentation that outlines the functional impacts of your condition. You will also need a psycho-educational report that is no older than five (5) years, or was completed when you were 18 years old, to be considered for test accommodations and funding for educational supports.
Depending on what documents you provide, we may require additional assessment information for more than minimal accommodations.
Social Association for Students with AutismThe Social Association for Students with Autism (SASA) provides students with ASD, the chance to connect, contribute and develop new friendships. Learn more about Social Association for Students with Autism
Accessibility Services registration & documentation requirementsAccessibility Services supports students who experience difficulties affecting their learning in lectures, labs and/or tutorials through academic and practicum accommodations. Learn more about Accessibility Services registration & documentation requirements
Accommodations renewalYour academic accommodations expire every year on May 1. Learn more about Accommodations renewal
Accessibility advisor supportYou and your accessibility advisor will work together to develop your academic accommodations. Learn more about Accessibility advisor support