READ: Accessibility remote/online learning updates for students.
We encourage you to register with Accessibility Services if you identify with any of the disabilities, health concerns or injuries below. A diagnosis of a disability is requested but not required for students to receive academic accommodations.
- Acquired brain injury or concussion
- Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
- Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
- Chronic health issues (e.g. bowel diseases, epilepsy, migraines)
- D/deaf, deafened or hard of hearing
- Learning disability
- Mental health challenges, both permanent and temporary (e.g. anxiety, depression, schizophrenia, eating disorders)
- Mobility/functional issues
- Low vision/legally blind
- Temporary issues (e.g. broken limbs)
Accessibility Services registration & documentation requirements – St. George CampusAccessibility 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 – St. George Campus