Tyndale University provides appropriate accommodations to students with permanent or temporary, visible or invisible disabilities.
In compliance with the definition of a 'disability' by the Ontario Human Rights Commission, Accessibility Services supports students with the following disabilities:
- Mental health illnesses
- Deaf or hard of hearing
- Acquired brain injury
- Speech disabilities
- Autism spectrum disorder
- Chronic medical conditions
- Temporary disabilities including but not limited to: orthopedic injuries, concussions, episode mental health condition, surgery, infections, etc.
It is important you speak to us immediately. Your first step is to contact Accessibility Services and self-identify as early as possible. Do not wait until you experience serious difficulties to contact us.
SAS works with students to understand the impact of their disability and provides appropriate and reasonable supports so they can succeed.
Learn more about the services offered:
Services and supports available for students' with disabilities
Students can access supports to compensate for the limitations of their disability
Students' with disabilities may be eligible for government bursaries