Multi-year Accessibility Plan (MYAP)
The Accessibility Committee has put together a Multi-year Accessibility Plan (MYAP) for the University of Waterloo, and is requesting feedback on the plan from persons with disabilities and others in the Waterloo community. Creating and maintaining a campus that is welcoming for everyone impacts students, staff and faculty. Please take some time to review the MYAP and provide your feedback.
The University of Waterloo is committed to achieving barrier free accessibility for persons with disabilities studying, visiting and/or working at Waterloo.
The Principles of Inclusivity
The Principles of Inclusivity were created 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.
- Acknowledge individuals have unique and particular needs in the learning and work environment.
- Respect each individual’s right to express and present themselves relative to their religion, culture, ethnic background, sexual orientation, gender-identity, physical and mental ability.
- Promote inclusivity by reasonably adjusting procedures, activities and physical environments.
- Focus on the capability of the individual without assumptions or labels.
- Be inclusive in all forms of communication.
- Serve all with sensitivity, respect, and fairness.
All University of Waterloo employees whether full-time, part-time, or contract are required to complete the Accessibility Training.
Website & campus accessibility feedback
We welcome your feedback on campus accessibility and our website. Please let us know if you experience any barriers or have suggestions to improve your experience.
Individuals may also connect with any Accessibility Committee member regarding opportunities for improvement around accessibility, or to provide general feedback.