We've heard from a number of students who are feeling apprehensive about returning to campus in the fall, which is understandable given that we've all spent the last year and a half learning and working from home. Sometimes these concerns are disability-related, in which case please speak with your SAS advisor. Below are some tips to think about if your concerns are not disability-related, or if you're simply looking for additional options to consider.
If you need to provide us with new or updated documentation from a health professional, please review our instructions on how to upload it for us.
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 transition planner.
The Laidlaw foundation is providing a funding opportunity for youth who are organizing at the intersection of Racial Justice and Mental Health Awareness. Upto $5,000 is available per grant. Visit their website for more information.
This external scholarship is for students studying in accounting, business, science, engineering or mathematics. Read more on the PwC website.
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:
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.
SAS continues to be available to students with disabilities and to collaborate with our campus partners. Although we are primarily working remotely, we are responding to general inquiries, the front desk in the JT Powell Building is staffed during regular business hours, and SAS advisors are still meeting with students. Appointments are generally conducted via Microsoft Teams or on the phone.
When booking a test or exam, students are required to book to start writing at the same time and on the same date as the class. If you require an alternate date or time as an accommodation, you must provide written confirmation that the instructor has approved the alternate scheduling to the Exam Centre. This must be provided before the booking deadline, which is X days before the test or exam, and not later than the 40th Class Day (March 8, 2019).