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Accessibility Hub

The Accessibility Hub is a central online resource for accessibility at Queen's and provides information on supports, training, and initiatives on campus,  Check out the hub's series of "How-to Info" guides – including how to create accessible documents and websites, and accessible event planning – to help support an accessible learning environment.

Academic Accommodations / Student Accessibility Services (QSAS)

Queen's 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 can 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 the Student Wellness website.

Human Resources: Return to Work and Accommodation

The Return to Work and Accommodation Department was developed to ensure consist and fair assistance for employees requiring access to accommodation and/or sick leave, and to ensure a safe return to work for all employees at the university.

Individualized Emergency Response Plans can be requested by employees who may require assistance to evacuate a building during an emergency.

Accessibility Feedback

Use our Accessibility Feedback Form to provide feedback on an accessibility related issue.

Getting Around Campus   [map]

Queen's Campus Map has been built upon a platform of accessibility with the intent that users of all abilities and operating systems can retrieve way-finding information for Queen's buildings and departments, both on and off campus.

Users can choose to view wheelchair access logos for quick information or consult the Campus Accessibility Guide and the very detailed Building Accessibility document (PDF 20 MB) for more accessibility-related information.

Learn more about getting around campus…

Adaptive Technology Centre

Queen's University Library is committed to providing equal access to its services and collections. The Adaptive Technology Centre, located in Stauffer Library, includes:


ITServices provides a web-accessibility compliance auditing service, called Siteimprove, to help the community identify ways to improve the accessibility of Queen's websites and ensure that they are compliant with the provincial accessibility requirements.


Accessibility Framework

Queen's Comprehensive Strategic Framework for Accessibility  and the Accessibility Plan serve the university in the following ways:

  • To address accessibility in five priority areas: policy advisory; information and communication; employment; the built environment; and education, training, and awareness.
  • To establish shared accountability and responsibility for accessibility at Queen's, including funding accessibility-related expenses through standard operating budgets and identifying other sources of revenue streams.
  • To provide educational opportunities to improve understanding of accessibility issues and the university obligations in accessibility compliance.
  • To continue efforts to incorporate accessibility in university diversity initiatives.