Accessibility Policies and Statements


The statement can be published on websites and in meeting agendas, pamphlets, brochures, print publications, conference invitations and in any other location where it may be useful.

The statement's first part affirms the University's commitment to accessibility and the second, which can be customized by each department, indicates the availability of accessible documents or other resources.

The accessibility statement is aimed at ensuring person who experience barriers to access can obtain the services and information they need.

Queen’s is committed to an inclusive campus community with accessible goods, services, and facilities that respect the dignity and independence of persons with disabilities. (Your document/event/service, etc.) is available in an accessible format or with appropriate communication supports upon request.

Please contact (Department/Person)in one of the following ways:



In person:

In keeping with the Queen's Policy Concerning Students with Disabilities (approved by Senate, November 21, 1996) that clearly articulates both the commitment that Queen’s University has to facilitating the integration of students with disabilities into the University community and the responsibility that students with disabilities have to identify needs requiring accommodation, all educators are encouraged to add the following statement to their course syllabi:

Queen's University is committed to achieving full accessibility for persons with disabilities. Part of this commitment includes arranging academic accommodations for students with disabilities to ensure they have an equitable opportunity to participate in all of their academic activities. If you are a student with a disability and think you may need accommodations, you are strongly encouraged to contact Student Wellness Services (SWS) and register as early as possible.  For more information, including important deadlines, please visit Accessibility Services (QSAS) at the Student Wellness website.