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Accessibility Services helps students who experience disabilities with full and equitable participation in academic life. We strive towards creating a barrier-free environment where all students can achieve their potential.

News

  • Specialisterne Canada is hiring!

    (Posted: Fri, Apr 07) Do you identify as someone on the Autism Spectrum, or with similar developmental disabilities? Are you interested in a career in the...
  • Friendship Bench in Support of Mental Health

    (Posted: Fri, Apr 07) A new “friendship bench” intended to encourage discussion of mental health was unveiled today at the University of Guelph. The...
  • Campus Celebration - Gift from the Arrell Family Foundation

    (Posted: Mon, Mar 27) The University community is invited to join President Vaccarino and the Arrell family to celebrate a transformational gift from the...
  • Time to Talk about Mental Health

    (Posted: Fri, Mar 17) What? Research via an individual interview on well-being and the factors that promote well-being for students who have experience with...
  • Tie-dye with SAS

    (Posted: Fri, Mar 17) March 21 at 5pm to 7:30 pm in UC 441 Join the SAS Peer Helper team for an awesome evening of tie-dye! Please bring your own white...
Experiencing Distress?

After hours, you might be looking for support.  We have useful resources that can help with all kinds of situations.