Everyday Services & Programs | University of Guelph Accessibility Services

Accessibility Services Programs & Services 

  • Each student who is registered with Student Accessibility Services is connected with an Advisor.  This professional staff member meets with students on a one-on-one basis to discuss accommodation needs and offer individual coaching.
  • For students who have difficulty with taking notes in class, the SAS Note Taking Office can assist with notes from volunteers.
  • If a student suspects that they have a learning disability or ADHD, they can email our SAS intake coordinator at sas.intake@uoguelph.ca for more information. View our ADHD Assessment Process.
  • Finally, some disabilities make it more difficult to navigate the campus. Accessibility Guides, who are student volunteers, can help with getting to class, meals, or finding your way to various buildings.

Important: Tests & Exams

If you use the SAS Exam Centre, please remember that all test and exam bookings must be submitted at least 10 BUSINESS DAYS ahead of when you intend to write.

In addition, the last day any bookings can be received is the first business day in November, March or July as appropriate for the semester.
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