SIF-D for High School Applicants

If you feel that your disability has adversely affected your grades, and that you may be close to the admission cutoffs, please fill out the Supplemental Information Form for Students with Disabilities (SIF-D).  SAS will retain this information and will use it collaboratively with Admission Services if needed. Note that if you receive an offer of admission, you will still need to register with SAS as soon as possible and this is a separate process.

The deadline for submitting the SIF-D is May 1.

Exam Booking Deadline

If you need the SAS Exam Centre for any midterms or final exams this semester, you need to submit your booking by this Friday.  Similarly, if you need to make a change to an exam you've already booked (e.g. because the format has changed, or your accommodations have changed), the deadline to do so is this Friday too.

Don't forget: if you drop a course or end up deferring an exam, you need to cancel your booking to avoid a $20 no-show fee.

Access the exam booking system now.

MentorAbility: Jumpstart your career!

MentorAbility provides a unique mentoring experience in which job seekers who self-identify as having a disability are matched with individual mentors (employers or business leaders) – to explore different career pathways and opportunities in their desired field of interest. The experience can last from 1 hour to 1 day long.

Your MentorAbility Experience could involve any of the following:

Welcome Back! COVID Info for Winter 2021

We understand that the situation with COVID-19 is worrisome and want to assure you that the University is committed to protecting everyone’s health and safety.

If you are emailing your SAS Advisor, please watch for an automatic reply and read the information carefully for details about how to obtain timely assistance.

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Navigating Disability & Career Beyond U of G

Thursday, November 19 at 10 to 11 am.

Join Karolina Rachtan (Career Advisor) to clarify your career development steps during and after graduation as a person with a disability. This event also provides an opportunity to hear from a U of G alumna about her experiences managing a disability in university and beyond.

Register now at

SHINE Mental Well-Being Week

It’s time to SHINE! The Mental Well-being Educational Programming Committee is proud to present Shine: Mental Well-Being Week from November 9, 2020 to November 14, 2020. Students and staff at the University of Guelph developed this initiative to promote mental wellness and provide students with resources to help support their mental well-being. All events are FREE to join!  

Registration Workshops

If you are having your first one-on-one appointment with your SAS advisor, we ask that you participate in a 30 minute registration workshop first. Usually students participate in the registration workshop at 9 AM for a morning appointment, or 1 PM for an afternoon appointment.

Please login to Accessibility Online to find the link to your workshop.

IDeA Competition: Help Make Canada More Accessible

The IDeA competition challenges university students across Canada to use their creativity to develop innovative, cost-effective and practical solutions to accessibility barriers for people with disabilities.

Students in all programs – including architecture, arts, business, computer science, early childhood education, engineering, industrial design, medicine, nursing, political science, psychology, sociology and social work – are encouraged to enter the competition.

Start today: Career Planning

Did you know that there are resources to help with career planning specifically for students with disabilities? It is never too early to start planning.

Check out the Events Calendar in your Experience Guelph account to find out about upcoming events related to job search and careers that may be of interest to you. Visit and click on “career” then “events.” Upcoming events include: 

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