Accessibility Services

Accessibility Services ensures that the academic environment is accessible whether you are onsite or online. Barriers to learning are identified and resources are offered to support learning. Do you have a disability that requires physical adaptations or learning accommodations? Students who learn differently or who have physical challenges are encouraged to contact the advisors in Accessibility Services to discuss their program of study and any accommodations required. Accessibility services are designed for students who may have restrictions resulting from a physical, sensory, or mental health disability.

We encourage students to register with Accessibility Services and plan to attend the Accessibility Services Orientation before you begin your studies so that your supports are ready for you when you start classes.

Reach out for assistance if you live with:

  • Hearing impairments
  • Visual impairments
  • Mobility impairments
  • Learning differences and/or ADHD
  • Mental health problems (including anxiety and stress)
  • Medical conditions

Accommodations are designed to meet the unique needs of each individual.

Accommodations may include:

  • Note-taking for lectures
  • Access to alternate format materials such as textbooks in electronic format
  • Access to a word processor with spell check, grammar, and thesaurus for the completion of the final copy of written work
  • Extended time for tests and exams
  • Tests and exams in a quiet place (outside the classroom)
  • Use of a calculator on tests and exams
  • Scribe and readers for tests and exams
  • Access to assistive technology during tests and exams

Additional Resources & Information:
Test Center
Learning Strategies
Assistive Technology
Memory Aid Accommodations

Contact Information
Haileybury Campus
Tel: 705-672-3376 ext. 1-8818

Kirkland Lake Campus
Tel: 705-567-9291 ext. 1-3625

Moosonee Campus
Tel: 705-336-2913 ext. 1-5603

Timmins Campus
Tel: 705-235-3211 ext. 1-2237