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Self-identify as a student with a disability. It is your responsibility to contact us. Please call or email us to set up an appointment for a meeting with an Accessibility Consultant.
The earlier you ask for assistance, the more effective we can be in facilitating the appropriate support. Even if your high school or parents called on your behalf, we will still need you to identify yourself.
Provide us with documentation (please choose one of the following documents for more information — pdf version or accessible Word version) from your doctor about your condition. Students are not required to disclose their disability diagnosis to register for accessibility services and to access accommodations and supports. It is a student’s obligation to provide necessary and sufficient documentation in order to substantiate their need for the requested accommodations. Students can choose to bring in existing documentation (no older than 5 years), or to request a copy of our Functional Limitations Form, which does not disclose the actual diagnosis, to take to an appropriate health care provider for completion.
The earlier you ask for assistance, the more effective we can be in facilitating the appropriate support. Do not wait until you are experiencing serious difficulties to contact us.
Do you require (or think you might require) assistance from Health, Wellness and Accessibility Services?
Read our guide to learn about how to get support from Health, Wellness and Accessibility Services, what accommodations are, and much more. The guide has been developed with accessibility in mind.
The Accessibility Services team is committed to equal access to education for all students. Services are free and confidential. We provide support and accommodations for students with permanent or temporary disabilities who are attending Niagara College or are in the application process. Students are required to self-identify in order to access our services.