STEP 1: Gather and Submit Documentation
Each semester, after registering for your classes email, fax or drop off your documentation of a permanent or temporary disability and/or medical condition to the office of Student Accessibility Services (SAS).
Documentation Guidelines - Instructions on who can provide documentation of a disability or medical condition and what needs to be included in the form.
Medical Documentation Form - a fillable pdf that can be printed or emailed to your care provider to ensure we receive all the information we need.
|If you have a Learning Disability, ADHD and/or Autism Spectrum Disorder provide the following:|
|If you are coming from high school provide the following:|
|If you are coming from another post-secondary institution provide the following:|
|If you have a disability and/or medical condition (ABI, Hearing, Medical, Mobility,|
Psychiatric, Vision, etc) provide the following:
* Note, mental health disabilities/conditions: students with functional limitations that impair academic functioning may request interim accommodations pending the submission of disability documentation.
If you are unsure whether you have enough documentation or the right documentation, please contact our office to discuss further.
STEP 2: Contact the Office of Student Accessibility Services
Make an appointment to meet with a staff member. The staff member will be able
to advise you regarding any further documentation that may be required and
answer any questions. Your initial meeting may be in advance of the start of the
SAS meetings are currently being booked by phone or email when possible. If you require an in person appointment, we are happy to accommodate you.
STEP 3: Set Up Accommodations
Once you have confirmed your timetable, make a second appointment
with the staff of Student Accessibility Services.
Bring your list of courses, complete with professor's names, to this appointment.
You are able to print this from: MyInfo > My Schedule or Drop Classes.
During this appointment your Confidential Accommodation Form will be completed. This form must be completed in order for you to receive your academic accommodations through SAS. Student Accessibility Services will send the completed form to all the relevant professors.
|Points to Remember|
Contact Student Accessibility Services with any questions:
Thunder Bay Campus:
SC0003 (tunnel level of the Student Centre)
Telephone: (807) 343-8047
Fax: (807) 346-7733
OA 1030 (Orillia Academic Building)
Telephone: (705) 330-4010 ext. 2103
Fax: (705) 329-4035