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AccessAbility Services

AccessAbility Online

Our Online System provides you with a convenient, efficient, and confidential method to register with our services and request accommodations.

If you are a returning student, click on the button below to log in and request your accommodations.

If you are new to the online system, click on the appropriate button below to begin.

Accommodations for Exams

It is your responsibility to book your exams online and check the exam schedule posted on AccessAbility Online and on the Student Portal.

Term tests: must be booked online no later than 7 days prior to the exam or by the last drop date (July 11th), whichever comes sooner.

Finals: must be booked online by July 11, 2018.

If a midterm is listed to take place in less than 7 days from the date of submission, it may not be accommodated in the exam centre. 

Retroactive accommodations will be addressed on a case by case basis.

NEW:  Student Drop-in/Peer Mentorship Program

AccessAbility Services offers a drop-in space to provide students with convenient access to learning strategy and technology support as well as a space to work on assignments, and meet with peer mentors.

Drop-ins are usually 15-20 minutes of consultation time with one or more of the following services:

  • learning strategies
  • adaptive technology
  • library support
  • research and writing support
  • peer support

It’s a time for students to come together to ask questions, meet with a mentor, or talk about an assignment or project.

Students are asked to bring hard copies of assignment instructions and notes or drafts along with their laptop to work on the assignment.

Hours:  Monday through Thursday, 1:30 - 4:30 in Needles Hall 1403.

Ask a Librarian

Need assistance with a paper or assignment, or have a question about a database or how to find relevant resources?

Connect with Tom Harding, liaison librarian for French, Germanic, Slavic, Spanish and Latin American, for drop in research help in our new Student Drop-in Centre located in the AccessAbility Services classroom, Needles Hall 1403.  Hours of operation are 1:30 - 4:30 Monday through Thursday.   


Accommodations to create an inclusive academic experience


Student Access Van

Notetaking Services

Share Your Feedback

Your input and feedback are important as we look to improve and expand the services and resources available to students on campus. Feedback will be summarized and kept in confidence, and only used to inform how we can improve our office. We look forward to hearing from you.

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    Are you a post-secondary student who lives with hearing loss?

    Apply for the CHHA Scholarships for financial assistance!

    The Canadian Hard of Hearing Association (CHHA) is pleased to offer financial assistance to students who live with hearing loss. If you meet the eligibility criteria, you have until March 31, 2018 to apply to any of CHHA’s three scholarships:

    Frank Algar Memorial Scholarship ($1,000)

  2. Feb. 11, 2016Carol Shantz Bursary Award 2016

  3. Oct. 20, 2015November Recruitment Reception & BMO Capital Markets Lime Connect Scholarship

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Exam Hotline

Instructors who wish to contact AccessAbility Services with exam information for students writing with our department, please call ext. 32292. 

If our proctors are busy with students at the time of your call and the phone goes to voice mail, leave your contact information and we will get back to you shortly.