Academic accommodations are intended to provide students with a disability or ongoing medical condition access to the academic environment. To receive academic accommodations, register with the Centre for Accessibility. An Accessibility Advisor will determine the accommodations you are eligible for.
See academic accommodations for students with disabilities.
Types of academic accommodation
- Alternate format materials
These materials provide access to students with print disabilities. Materials include digital audio, braille, electronic text and more
- Assistive technology
If you require software or specialized equipment, the Centre can facilitate access to assistive technology such as Read and Write Gold, Jaws, and more.
- Captioning and ASL interpreting
Real-time captioning, captioned media and ASL interpreting is available for deaf or hard of hearing students
- Note taking
Note takers can help students who are not able to take their own or proper notes during class due to a disability or ongoing medical condition