How We Can Help

  • Determine accommodations based on each students unique needs
  • Provide support and resources for students and professors
  • On-going support for students who have concerns regarding their disability or accommodations
  • Help students navigate the funding process with Provincial and Federal Governments to apply for          service and equipment grants
  • Provide education and recommendations for students about assistive technology options, such as          applications for reading, dictation and note-taking  

What you need to know

To access academic accommodations, you must register with our office by completing this form. Students must also provide recent documentation from a healthcare professional which includes your diagnosis, the effects it has on your learning, and recommended accommodations. As this documentation should be no more than 1-5 years old (documentation requirements), you may wish to take steps to update your documentation before you arrive.

Students with permanent disabilities may be eligible to access the Canada Student Grant for Services and Equipment for Students with Permanent Disabilities to pay for services such as tutors or note-takers, and equipment such as a computer or assistive technology. To learn about the eligibility criteria and application process, please contact your province or territory’s student financial assistance office.  This is a wonderful opportunity to take advantage of before you arrive!

We wish to make your experience at the Mount as positive, fulfilling, and successful as possible; therefore, we place a strong emphasis on self-advocacy. You are responsible for communicating with your professors about your accommodations, as well as, each time you choose to write a quiz, test or midterm exam with our office. 


Our Request for Test Accommodations form is currently unavailable. Please email  for instructions on how to proceed.

New Students:

Please fill out our New Student Client form and send it to:



Accommodation Request




Accommodation Request