Student Access serves degree-seeking and non-degree seeking undergraduate, graduate, and professional students across University programs and disciplines. We value diverse identities and experiences; we honor disability as an important aspect of human diversity.
For new students, view our accommodation process by visiting our Get Connected page.
Do you wish to update your accommodation letter? Or perhaps you have a concern that you would like to address? If so, please contact your Access Consultant via email or phone to discuss further. If you are unsure who your Access Consultant is, please email [email protected].
You can use our OneDRC portal to do the following:
- Schedule an Exam
- Request Interpreting Or Real-Time Captioning
- Request Media Captioning
- View and download your current DRC Accommodation Letter
For questions, please contact the Access Consultant named on the student’s letter. You may also connect with us during drop-in hours. More resources can be found on our faculty and instructor FAQ.
Questions? Please check out our FAQ.
To learn more about the DRC and disability accommodations, we offer drop in hours Monday - Friday, 11am - 12pm and 2pm - 3pm for a 15 minute consultative conversation with one of our access consultants.
Both in-person and virtual drop in meetings are available. To meet in person, please come to our office in the McNamara Alumni Center, Suite 170.
To meet virtually, please email [email protected] on the day you're available to meet and include the following:
- The hour that you can attend: 11am - 12pm OR 2pm - 3pm
- Preferred meeting method: Zoom, phone, or Google Meet
- Main topic/concern you'd like to discuss
Drop in meetings are first come, first served, and can not be scheduled in advance. All Zoom links will be sent out the day of. Please check in no later than 11:45am for the morning session and 2:45pm for the afternoon session.
If you are a student and have not already done so, pleases complete the Student Information Form prior to meeting on drop in.