If you are seeking accommodations, you are required to provide the Centre for Accessibility with current documentation of your medical condition or disability.
It is your responsibility to cover any expenses related to obtaining documentation of disability.
Medical documentation does not have to be created specifically for UBC. If you have medical documentation that was obtained for another purpose (e.g., for another institution), the Centre can accept a copy if it contains sufficient information and meets the requirements outlined on this page.
If you have applied or are in the process of applying for government funding based on disability, the Centre can accept a copy of your Verification of Disability form specific to your home province. For example, students in British Columbia who are eligible for permanent disability programs under StudentAid BC can provide a copy of the Verification of Disability form in the StudentAid BC Appendix 8 form (pdf) as their medical documentation.