Queen's University

New Students | Returning Students


New Students

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Step 1

Submit your Pre-registration Form and Documentation to DSO

Complete form the Pre-registration form. Documentation should be mailed, faxed, or sent electronically to DSO at least 2 weeks prior to your appointment. Confirm that the office has received your documentation at the time of your appointment; otherwise you may need to re-schedule.

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Step 2

Book an Appointment with Disability Services

Schedule an appointment to meet with an advisor to discuss appropriate accommodation. The initial meeting for first-time registrants will take about 1 hr, at which time you will complete and sign any necessary paperwork.

  • (613) 533-6467
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Step 3

Collect Forms for Your Individualized Accommodation

Based on the initial intake and interview, students will receive accommodations specific to their disability. Where appropriate, students may be referred to other service providers. Students receiving accommodations will be provided with:

  • Accommodation Letter

Returning Students

If you are returning to Queen’s and wish to renew your accommodations you must register with the Disability Services Office. Your registration and accommodations expire every year, so make sure to renew your registration with DSO prior to November 7th and March 7th to receive your exam accommodations.

Registration is a two-step process. To register you must complete steps 1 and 2.

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Step 1

Complete the online forms Coming soon!

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Step 2

Collect your letter of accommodation
Why must I register with Disability Services every year?

Regular feedback allows students and staff to know what's working, and what needs to be changed or modified. By renewing your accommodations annually, they reflect your current accommodation needs as your move through your program of study.

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