Accommodation Planning, Programs and Services
Once a student has completed the intake process and registered with the Accessible Learning Centre, they will be assigned a Disabilities Consultant. The Consultants play a key role in the development and implementation of the accommodation plan. They work one-on-one with students to determine appropriate academic supports. All needs related to exam accommodation, note taking, faculty liaison, assignments, Bursary for Students with Disabilities, referrals for learning strategist and assistive technology support, or other university or community services, go through your consultant.
At the beginning of each academic year, students must meet with their Consultant to create an accommodation plan. The plan details the services and supports that will be put in place or made available to you based on the documentation provided. The plan will clearly indicate which items/tasks are the Consultant’s responsibility and which are the student’s responsibility. Each plan is unique and geared toward each student specifically. Accommodation plans are active documents and can be reviewed and amended at any time, as appropriate, with your consultant.
PROGRAMS AND SERVICES
There are a number of programs and services run through the ALC to support students academically. Click on the links below for more information on each area.