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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.


  • Nervous about returning to campus?

    (Posted: Tue, Jul 13) We've heard from a number of students who are feeling apprehensive about returning to campus in the fall, which is understandable given...
  • Submit Documentation

    (Posted: Tue, Jul 06) If you need to provide us with new or updated documentation from a health professional, please review our instructions on how to upload...
  • Transition Planner Now Available

    (Posted: Tue, Jun 22) If you're looking for a handy one-page overview of what you need to do to prepare for your first year at Guelph, have a look at our...
  • Provide Feedback to the Federal Government

    (Posted: Tue, Jun 08) The Government of Canada is engaging Canadians on how to improve the lives of Canadians with disabilities. Your feedback will support the...
  • Popup Grant

    (Posted: Mon, Jun 07) The Laidlaw foundation is providing a funding opportunity for youth who are organizing at the intersection of Racial Justice and Mental...

Experiencing Distress?

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

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