The Access Resource Centre (ARC) provides services for students with documented disabilities, including but not limited to:

  • Chronic health issues
  • Hearing and visual impairments
  • Learning disabilities and attention deficit/hyperactivity disorders
  • Mental health and neurological disabilities
  • Mobility and other physical disabilities
  • Temporary impairments related to significant illness or injury

Student services

  • Prospective student information
  • Assessment of student needs
  • Academic accommodation letters
  • Assistive technology and services coordination
  • Grant and funding opportunities for eligible students
  • Information and referral

Students with disabilities who would like to receive access and academic accommodations through the ARC need to self-identify and register with the centre.