Students with disabilities are responsible for identifying their individual needs for academic accommodation and services to the Coordinator of the Program. Accommodation is discussed with the Coordinator and provided on an individual basis in consultation with the professor of the course.
Students with disabilities who request academic accommodation must provide the Tramble Rooms with relevant professional supporting documentation from a regulated health professional practitioner (e.g., a physician, psychiatrist, registered psychologist) as determined by the University.
The following list outlines the documentation necessary to access services from the Program for Students with Disabilities:
Learning Disability: psycho educational assessment /neuropsychological assessment/school psychologist/speech language pathologist
ADHD/ADD: diagnosis from a psychologist or physician
Mental Health: psychologist/psychiatrist/ medical professional
Hearing Impairment: audiologist assessment
Visual Impairment: medical professional
Mobility Impairment: physician/specialist
Medical Condition: physician
Aspergers’ Syndrome: psychologist/medical professional
Anxiety/Depression: referral from physician and/or registered counselor