Graduate students with a documented disability, whether ongoing or temporary, have unique needs.
That’s why the School of Graduate Studies has a designated accessibility advisor who can discuss accommodations for all kinds of grad-specific contexts.
Whether you’re working in the lab or doing field research, preparing a dissertation or completing your final oral exam, support is available. Register early with Accessibility Services Central Services to request a referral. Once registered, you can also access drop-in advising hours at the School of Graduate Studies.
View / download the Accessibility Services Graduate and Professional Program Student Handbook (PDF) to learn how to navigate the accommodations process, as well as the services and supports available at Accessibility Services at the University of Toronto’s St. George campus.
Whether you are an incoming or returning student, please take the time to review their contents. If you have any further questions, please contact us.
Accessibility Services Central Services
455 Spadina Avenue, 4th Floor, Suite 400 (Just north of College Street)
U of T Libraries offer a variety of services to students registered with Accessibility Services, including required readings in alternative formats, the Accessible Content E-Portal and assistance navigating buildings.
UTM — Accessibility Services
1867 Inner Circle (William G. Davis Building), Room DV 2037
Resources, services, advice and academic accommodations for students who have a documented learning, physical, sensory or mental health disability, or medical condition.
UTSC AccessAbility Services
1265 Military Trail (Arts & Administration), Room AA142
Services and academic accommodations for students who have a documented learning, physical, sensory or mental health disability, or medical condition.