Accessibility for Students

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Student support services

Academic support for University of Waterloo students who have both permanent and temporary disabilities.

Request accessible housing for Waterloo Residences or the University College residences.
Your go-to place for many administrative, financial, and registrarial needs.
Navigate on-campus and off-campus services and tools that will help you stay informed and confident through job applications, interviews and in the workplace.
Campus Wellness provides primary medical care and mental health services to all students at the University of Waterloo.
Support for students, postdocs, staff and faculty who are engaged in graduate work and research at the University of Waterloo.

Primary medical care for all registered University of Waterloo students.

Human Rights, Equity and Inclusion (HREI) provides supports, training, and workshops to facilitate understanding, address discrimination and harm, and influence and advance systemic changes towards making the University of Waterloo an equitable and safe(r) place.

Library Accessibility Services (LAS) offers services, technologies, and equipment in a quiet, scent-free environment, and supports students with diverse accessibility needs throughout their educational experience at the University of Waterloo.

University of Waterloo Police Officers are on duty 24 hours a day with the same enforcement powers as the regional police.
The central administrative unit working to administer undergraduate programs, prepare data for internal groups, and submit data to various government and external agencies.