Accessibility on Election Day (June 2)

The following information about accessible voting has been provided by the Chief Electoral Officer of Ontario.

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COVID-19 Update

Students who are using the SAS Exam Centre are still required to wear a mask, comply with the vaccine mandate, and use standard distancing practices. These requirements will be in place until the end of April. Individuals who do not wear a mask in the Exam Centre may be turned away without the opportunity to complete their test/exam.

Canadian Hearing Services National Scholarship

This scholarship is available to Deaf and hard-of-hearing Canadian residents 17 years of age or older attending an accredited post-secondary educational institution. Scholarship awards are $3,000 per year for full-time students and $1,000 per year for part-time students.

The deadline is May 24, 2022, at 4 p.m. EST. Apply today at

Art Expressions Group

Sign up for a peer-lead artistic expression group. Thursdays, 5 - 6:30 PM beginning March 17th

Free and art supplies will be provided

Students are welcome to register for the program no matter their artistic ability.

Meet with a closed group of peers to express yourself through art and build healthy, positive relationships.

Space limited. Register at:

Enhancing your Learning Strategies

Thriving in Action Workshops – In Person in March & April

This workshop series, offered through Student Wellness and Learning Services, helps students learn new strategies in managing time and studying effectively while building skills in motivation, optimism, and resilience. Students can attend the entire series or just one. Registration is required, and workshops will take place in the library.

Using Kurzweil with Online Exams

This just in: the Kurzweil "Read-the Web" extension in the Respondus Lockdown Browser (RLDB) is now available for both Mac and Windows.

QTND Hangout

Taking place February 28th & March 28th, 2022 @ 7pm – 8pm

QTND Hangout is a place to hang out and discuss the intersection between being part of the LGBTQ2IA+ and Neurodivergent communities!

LGBTQ2IA+ refers to individuals who identify as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, Two-Spirit, Intersex, Asexual, and other identities that fall outside of cisgender and heterosexual paradigms.

EDI Career Connections Club

EDI Career Connections Club!

An opportunity to connect with U of G colleagues and employers across various fields.

Register on Gryph Life!


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. With the current situation regarding covid-19, mentorships are largely taking place via 1-hour virtual meetings using online platforms like Zoom, Webex, MS Teams, etc.  

Your MentorAbility Experience could involve any of the following:  

Federal Student Work Experience Program (FSWEP)

Are you a full-time secondary or post-secondary student? Access full-time and part-time jobs year-round in the federal public service and benefit from valuable work experience. 

Get valuable and meaningful experience working for the top student employer in Canada! Explore hundreds of career paths and thousands of jobs that the Government of Canada has to offer across the country. 

Apply now 

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