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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

  • PSYC*1400 Mental Health: Experience to Understanding

    (Posted: Wed, Oct 11) Applicatoins are due October 18 at 4pm for this credit course, which may be counted towards your degree and is specifically for students...
  • Study Hall

    (Posted: Thu, Oct 05) SAS Peer Helpers run this program in order to provide a designated study time that is quiet and inviting.  If you would like to...
  • New Advisor: Tara Embrey

    (Posted: Wed, Oct 04) We are very pleased to welcome Tara to the Advising Team! She will be taking over for Samantha Durfy, who has moved to Counselling...
  • October 10 - Closed in the morning

    (Posted: Tue, Oct 03) The front desk of Accessibility Services and Counselling Services will be closed in the morning of Tuesday, October 10 (Fall Study...
  • Time to Talk about Mental Health

    (Posted: Sun, Oct 01) What? Research via an individual interview on well-being and the factors that promote well-being for students who have experience with...
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