Accessibility Services

NOTE: Continuing our commitment to provide quality assistance to our students and support our course delivery this summer (May-August 2022), the Centre for Academic Excellence will continue to offer virtual online sessions as well as limited in-person services by appointment only. For more information on how our services will continue to operate online, please see Accessibility Service's 'Information for Students' page. For further questions, please contact the Accessibility Specialist at accessibilityservice [at] tyndale [dot] ca

"Now you are the body of Christ, and each one of you is a part of it" 1 Corinthians 12:27

Tyndale University is committed to creating an environment where all students are able to participate and integrate into its strong community, which includes students with disabilities. Accessibility Services at the Centre for Academic Excellence works in collaboration with the broader Tyndale community to promote an equal and fair academic environment for students with disabilities.

We provide services and supports to students with disabilities such as:

  • Intake to determine eligibility
  • Individualized accommodations
  • Education on disability-related academic needs
  • Consultations and referrals for on/off campus support
  • Funding assistance
  • Advocacy support
  • Learning strategy and assistive technology recommendations
  • Access to a peer note-takers
  • Alternate format textbooks
Do you know...?
- One in seven Canadians aged 15 years or older report having a disability
- Though participation in post-secondary education can present its challenges, more youth and adults with disabilities are accessing post-secondary education across Canada - 35% compared to 50% without disabilities
- Over 90% of Canadians with disabilities use disability-specific supports and services to carry out daily activities of life
Human Resources and Skills Development Canada, Federal Disability Report: Advancing the Inclusion of People with Disabilities, 2009

More information about Accessibility Services:

Objective and Philosophy 
What we do and why we do it
Guiding Principles 
Our legal requirements 
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How to get in touch with us