Our Accessibility Services office assists prospective and current students with disabilities who identify special needs and require academic accommodations. We support students with physical or learning disabilities, sensory impairments, mental health issues, or chronic medical conditions.
Our experts can support you through various processes, including
Once you are a student, Accessibility Services will authorize and coordinate appropriate academic supports and training, including
Students are encouraged to contact the office early in the application process to ensure disability-related funds and supports are in place when classes begin. To access supports, you must provide current documentation with diagnosis (completed within the last 5 years). If you have never been diagnosed, screenings and assessment can be arranged and supports put in place while pursuing the necessary documentation. You will be asked to review your supports with Accessibility Services each semester to ensure the currency and appropriateness of the supports.
To book an appointment to discuss how you might access our services, please contact the Accessibility Services office.
For more information about transition planning and funding for students with disabilities, check out the Alberta Learning Information Service – Students with Disabilities resources at
Accessibility Services Office