College and University Disability Services

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Now that the summer has come to an end, fall is here. That means many of you are back at school. I remember not too long ago as a student with accessible needs, I wanted to know what disability services were available to help me through college. To help you and your family with that question, we have compiled a list of colleges and universities in the GTA, with a list of the disability services that are available. What are considered services for students with disabilities?

  • An office for students with disabilities which provides assistance and resources for students.
  • Transition programs which provide classes that teach students transitioning to college for the first time on what to expect.
  • Peer mentoring program which matches up students with disabilities and a upper year student for academic and social support.
  • Accessibility plan which is the school’s plan of action on making their institution more accessible as required by the AODA.
  • If medical documentation is required to access accommodations.

Go to for more information on disability services at Ontario colleges and universities.

SchoolOffice for Students with DisabilitiesTransition ProgramsPeer MentoringAccessibility PlanMedical Doc. Required
Centennial CollegeYesYesNoYesYes
George Brown CollegeYesNoNoYesYes
Humber CollegeYesNoNoYesYes
Seneca CollegeYesYesNoNoNo
OCAD UniversityYesNoNoYesNo
Ryerson UniversityYesYesNoYesYes
University of TorontoYesYesYes *YesYes
York UniversityYesYesNoYesYes

* Only available at the St. George and Mississauga campus.

Power Hockey Athlete with TPWHL, Passionate Sports Writer, Huge supporter of the Paralympics and para sports, Accessibility Ambassador, Co-Founder of Equal Grounds.



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