Accessibility services is closed from June 16 to mid-August. The services will resume in mid-August by appointment only.
New students can still submit their documentations online and start the registration process.
In mid-August, your accessibility counsellor will review your documentation and contact you to schedule your intake appointment. Appointments will be scheduled on a first come first serve basis.
To register with Accessibility Services, a student must provide documentation confirming the presence of a disability, the functional limitations and whether the disability is permanent or temporary.
Print or download the PDF version of the required medical or psychological documentation form. This form must be filled out by a qualified medical professional (ie. registered psychologist, treating family doctor, specialized health professional).
- Complete the Glendon Accessibility Student Questionnaire and attach your required medical or psychological documentation directly to the questionnaire. Your questionnaire and documentation will be directly sent to the AWC Centre.
- Once we have received your questionnaire and required documentation, you will be contacted within 3 to 4 business days to schedule your intake appointment. Please note that during certain periods of the year, the wait time for an appointment can be up to 2 to 3 weeks.
- The initial appointment will take about one and a half (1.5) hours, at which time you will discuss academic accommodations and sign any necessary paperwork.
Please arrive 15 minutes in advance to begin the intake process.
- Based on the initial appointment, students will receive accommodations specific to their needs. Where appropriate, students may be referred to other service providers.
If you are a returning Glendon student with a permanent disability and wish to renew your accommodations you must re-register with the Accessibility Services Office. Your registration and accommodations expire every year, so make sure to renew your registration with Accessibility Services.
Glendon Accessibility, Well-being and Counselling Centre
Glendon Hall, 111A
Toronto, ON M4N 3M6