Any student with a disability or health consideration can register with AccessAbility Services. This includes undergraduate, graduate and non-degree students with mental health conditions, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), learning disabilities, chronic health conditions, concussions and head injuries, sensory disabilities, physical and mobility disabilities. Please visit our How To Register page to begin the registration process.
Incoming First Year students should register as early as possible to ensure that supports are in place for the start of your classes. Please visit our First Year Registration page to begin the registration process.
The Government of Ontario has posted both the AODA Postsecondary Education Standards Development Committee’s Final Recommendations Report and the Education Technical Sub-Committee’s Transition Report online.
The committees were tasked with identifying accessibility barriers in Ontario’s publicly funded postsecondary education sector and provide recommendations on measures to prevent and remove these barriers for students with disabilities through the development of a proposed Education Accessibility Standard.
The government is now carefully reviewing the final recommendations and may accept them in full, in part, or with modification.
Postsecondary Education Final Recommendations Report:
Education Technical Sub-Committee’s Final Transitions Report:
Service Delivery Updates
AccessAbility Services will be open for in-person services starting Monday, Februry 7th, 2022.
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