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Current U of T Students not Previously Registered with the Service - UTSC Students

UTSC Students

UTM and St. George Campus Students

UTSC Students

Students are strongly encouraged to register with AccessAbility Services as early as possible to avoid a delay in service. The earlier a student registers, the better we will be able to develop an accommodation plan with a student.

Step 1:

Contact the service at 416-287-7560 or to book an appointment with a counsellor.

Step 2:

Gather the appropriate documentation to bring to the meeting.

Step 3:

Students will meet with an AccessAbility Services counsellor to:

  1. review the documentation
  2. identify the accommodations
  3. identify resources which are appropriate for their needs

Step 4:

If required, the student may be referred to services at UTSC and external supports to assist them with succeeding at UTSC.

Step 5:

If eligible for services, student will:

  • request the services that they will need (e.g. note taking supports)
  • identify specific course work which may need accommodations that have not yet been identified
  • participate in discussions regarding possible accommodation solutions

Step 6:

The student will then work with the service on an ongoing basis to manage the accommodation process. Generally, students will meet with their counsellor annually (re-registration) so that he/she can update students on new initiatives and review the student’s accommodations.

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UTM and St. George Campus Students

If you are a current UTM or St. George student and are taking courses at UTSC, please do the following as soon as possible:

Step 1:

Register with the Disability Office at your campus.

Step 2:

Request that your accommodations be faxed to the UTSC AccesAbility Services Office (fax: 416-287-7334).

Step 3:

Contact the UTSC AccesAbility Services Office at 416-287-7560 or to book an appointment with a counselor to review any UTSC-specific processes.

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