Welcome to Accessibility at Waterloo
The University of Waterloo's commitment
The University of Waterloo is committed to achieving barrier free accessibility for persons with disabilities studying, visiting and/or working at Waterloo. Waterloo stands by their responsibility to acknowledge, communicate, and promote an understanding of the complexity and uniqueness of the University of Waterloo’s campus community, presenting the ideals by which campus members should engage one another – with respect, sensitivity, and fairness – and to fostering an accessible campus environment for persons with disabilities. Learn more about Policy 58.
Disability Decolonized: Lived Experiences, Indigenous Knowledges, and Teachings from Txeemsim
In observance of International Day of Persons with Disabilities and Indigenous Disability Awareness Month, the Disability Inclusion Team and the Office of Indigenous Relations are honoured to co-host a keynote presentation by Dr. Rheanna Robinson.
The Multi-Year Accessibility Plan 2023-2025 is now available
This year, National AccessAbility Week (NAAW) is the week of May 28 to June 3. This is a time to celebrate the contributions of Canadians with disabilities and promote efforts to increase accessibility and inclusion in Canada.