Accessibility Services provides confidential consultation and support for students with short- and long-term health issues with a goal to create equal access to educational opportunities for students at Royal Roads University.
Our collaborative cohort model, delivered through 2-year blended or accelerated program formats, creates a unique learning experience that may suit some personal needs more than others. We encourage you to explore your options early in your educational planning in order to maximize your opportunities for success.
Please be aware that service through Accessibility Services requires appropriate medical documentation to make arrangements for appropriate physical and/or academic accommodations. This documentation must:
- be produced by a medical or psychological professional;
- be signed and dated by the professional documenting the disability and include the date of assessment, the title, phone number, and address of the professional;
- state your disability and indicate how the disability or health condition interferes or will likely interfere with academic performance in a post-secondary learning environment;
- suggest specific accommodations and services that may help minimize the impact of the disability or health condition on your academic performance in a post-secondary learning environment.
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