We're Here to Help you Succeed!
Welcome to Student Accessibility Services (SAS) at Ridgetown Campus. We're here to help you be successful in your studies and student experience. At Ridgetown Campus, we work to offer support for students with disabilities by removing physical and educational barriers and by encouraging healthy, open communications among faculty, staff, and students
- If you have accepted your offer of admission to Ridgetown Campus and are looking to register with Student Accessibility Services, please review the following documents to help you get connected with SAS:
- Students are responsible for providing appropriate documentation to support their learning needs. Please review the documentation guidelines linked above for full details
- Please submit your New Student Intake Form and assessment documentation no later than August 7, 2020 to avoid delays
Starting the Fall Semester
- Make an appointment with SAS within 5-10 school days of the start of the fall semester to review your documentation and accommodation needs
Important Resources to Review
- Procedures for Students with Accommodations
- Policy: Academic Accommodations for Students with Disabilities
- Privacy and Confidentiality Policy
- Guidelines for Psychoeducational Assessments
- Updating your Assessment
- Bursary for Students with Disabilities/Canada Student Grant for Services and Equipment, Permanent Disability
Frequently Asked Questions
We offer several supports to help you be academically successful and can be found at wellness.uoguelph.ca/accessibility/accommodationsrequirements
No, unfortunately, we cannot accept Individual Education Plans (IEP) as documentation of a disability
The Functional Assessment Form can only be used for the following: Autism Spectrum Disorder; Injuries, Concussions, and Illnesses; Mental Health Disabilities; and Mobility, Dexterity, and Perceptual Disabilities
A current psychoeducational assessment is needed for Learning Disabilities and Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder.
Visit the SAS FAQ section for more frequently asked questions.