Capilano University is developing an Accessibility Plan detailing its strategies to identify, remove and prevent barriers.

CapU student Katayoun Kamdar working on a Motion Picture Arts assignment while wearing headphones.

Our vision

Capilano University envisions establishing the most inclusive and accessible experience for our community in alignment with the Accessible BC Act.

This provincial legislation emboldens us to address accessibility barriers through our commitment to seeking out that knowledge from collective input.

Successful results are the outcome of shared responsibility and commitment on the part of our senior administrators, faculty, support staff and students.

It is by the involvement of everyone that we can realize the identification, removal and prevention of barriers to accessibility. The principle of “Nothing About Us, Without Us” underscores our approach, prioritizing the voices of those with disabilities first and foremost in guiding our work.

Concurrently, our journey of reconciliation offers “Indigenous Ways of Knowing” serving as a secondary avenue through which to understand what needs to be done to attain equity, diversity and inclusion.

We welcome feedback from all members of our community in the coming months. Your feedback is invaluable to move us forward in the achievement of a barrier-free CapU and to transform that knowledge into a culture that builds accessibility into everything that we do.

Together we embark on this collective effort to establish our first Accessible CapU Committee and build our first Accessible CapU Plan.

Daniel Levangie,
Associate Vice-president, Student Success

About the Accessibility Plan

The plan's initial form will progressively develop and evolve over time. A collaborative engagement process will remain ongoing, fostering continuous dialogue and input.

The regulations to address barriers require the inclusion of these guiding principles as component parts of the plan.

  • Inclusion;
  • Adaptability;
  • Diversity;
  • Collaboration;
  • Self-determination; and
  • Universal design.

Related links

Advisory Committee

Learn about the committee helping identify and remove barriers for students, employees and visitors.

Find Out More

Share Your Feedback

We want to hear from you. Tell us about any accessibility barriers you are facing on CapU campuses.

Share Feedback

Our Accessibility History

Learn more about how we've made CapU more accessible through the years.

Our History


Have questions?

Accessible CapU Committee