Academic accommodations help students with a disability or ongoing medical condition overcome challenges that may affect their academic success. Learn about the types of academic accommodations available to students.
Your instructor does not determine academic accommodations; however, they may consult with the Centre for Accessibility if the accommodations are affecting the essential learning outcomes of a course.
The types of conditions supported by the Centre for Accessibility include, but are not limited to:
- Mental health conditions such as depression, anxiety disorders, or bipolar disorder
- Neurological disabilities such as attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder, learning disabilities, head injuries, and Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Chronic health conditions including ongoing medical conditions such as arthritis, chronic pain, Crohn’s disease, or migraines
- Physical or sensory disabilities, such as visual impairment, hearing loss, or mobility impairments