Accessibility

Graduate students with a documented disability, whether ongoing or temporary, have unique needs.

That’s why the School of Graduate Studies has an on-site accessibility advisor at 63 St. George Street 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.

Contact

Accessibility Services Central Services
455 Spadina Avenue, 4th Floor, Suite 400 (Just north of College Street)
416-978-8060
www.studentlife.utoronto.ca/as
accessibility.services@utoronto.ca


Did you know that Accessibility Services on St. George campus offers workshops and events (including monthly Grad Chats)? Check out their Events Calendar.


Library Accessibility

416-978-1957
uoft.me/accessservices
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

Resource Centre
1867 Inner Circle (William G. Davis Building), Room DV 2037
905-569-4699
utm.utoronto.ca/accessibility
access.utm@utoronto.ca
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
416-287-7560
utsc.utoronto.ca/ability
Services and academic accommodations for students who have a documented learning, physical, sensory or mental health disability, or medical condition.