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Accessibility and Academic Accommodations

Access resources for your ongoing or temporary disabilities as you learn to navigate academic accommodations and discover a supportive community of peers.

A short list of things to do

  • Register with Accessibility Services + other important things
  • Read the Handbook

Registration and renewal of existing accommodations

  • Who should register with Accessibility Services?
  • Not sure if you should register with Accessibility Services?
  • Register with Accessibility Services – St. George Campus Important
  • Autism Spectrum
  • Chronic health, mental health, sensory disabilities & physical disabilities
  • Concussion and brain injury
  • Temporary physical disability
  • Download your Letter of Accommodation
  • How to contact your accessibility advisor
  • When to connect with Accessibility Services staff
  • Renew existing accommodation annually
  • POLICY: Accessibility Services statement of confidentiality
  • POLICY: How your information will be used as part of the intake process
  • POLICY: Accessibility Services in-person and remote appointments and cancellation
  • POLICY: Privacy, confidentiality and information security of audio/video conferencing

Learn about academic accommodations

  • Types of academic accommodations
  • Transitioning into university with a disability or health concern
  • Roles and responsibilities for faculty, staff, accessibility advisors

Students supporting students

  • Connect with a peer
  • Become a volunteer note-taker
  • Become an accessibility peer advisor
  • Become an accessibility peer mentor

For faculty and staff

  • FACULTY & STAFF: Everything you need to know about academic accommodations
  • FACULTY & STAFF: How to support and refer students with disabilities
  • FACULTY & STAFF: Academic accommodations & essential requirements
  • FACULTY: Note-taking guidelines