The Disability Services office facilitates and coordinates access to a range of services available to students with permanent disabilities. Upon request, Health Counselling and Disability Services is available to provide faculty with information on how to render their teaching equally accessible to disabled students.
The Adaptive Technology Centre supports the learning and research needs of students with disabilities. Services and support are tailored to meet the needs of individual students. Students are required to register with Health, Counselling and Disability Services in order to access the Centre.
The Centre also works with course instructors to provide course-related materials in alternate formats to better meet the needs of students with disabilities.
Alternatives to traditional exams are available for students with disabilities. Students must be registered with and apply through Health, Counselling and Disability Services to arrange for accommodations.
Students with short-term medical conditions (e.g., broken arm, sprained wrist) may apply for special accommodation through the Exams Office.