Accessible Learning

Registration Checklist


  • Registration

    Meet with our Accessibility Resource Facilitator for an intake meeting to talk about:

    • Provincial services and equipment grants
    • Canada Student Grant for Students with Permanent Disabilities (CSG-PD)
    • Note-taking
    • Tutoring
    • Academic mentoring
    • Renewal of old documentation
  • Documentation

    Provide up-to-date documentation to Accessible Learning Services:

    • Accessible Learning Services accepts both psycho-educational assessments and medical documentation that is from within the past 5 years.
    Whether a psycho-educational assessment or a medical documentation, all documentation submitted to Accessible Learning Services must identify either a permanent or temporary disability.

    All documentation provide to Accessible Learning Services will remain confidential unless otherwise instructed by students.
  • Submit exam/test accommodation requests at least one week before they are scheduled to be written

  • Arrive early for your exams

    Arrive 15 minutes minutes early at Rhodes Hall, Accessible Learning Services testing centre, before the start of exams.
  • Adhere to the university’s academic integrity policy

  • Access support resources on campus

  • Develop a routine for balancing social and academic responsibilities

    • Create a study schedule.
    • Divide complex tasks into small manageable chances.
    • Set personal deadlines ahead of actual deadlines.
  • Consider taking a reduced course load if you are a scholarship student

    Contact Accessible Learning Services if you are a a scholarship student who is interested in taking a reduced course load.
  • Access our ACORN page to strengthen your academic soft skills

    You will find information on such skills as time management, write-in, organization, presentation, group work, research, and intercultural communication on the ACORN page.
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