Accessibility Services coordinates and establishes academic accommodations and associated services for students with disabilities at Capilano University.

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CapU is committed to creating an accessible and inclusive educational environment for our community. At Accessibility Services, we support current and incoming students who have ongoing medical or disabling conditions.

We can help with:

  • Academic accommodations
  • Applying for disability-related funding
  • Connecting with other supports and services

For current students registered in Accessibility Services, your Notification of Accommodation letter(s) for Fall 2020 term will be sent directly to your Instructor by our office. Please follow up with your instructor to discuss your accommodations.

  • If you require any assistance with your exams, accommodations, specialized software, or communication with an instructor, or any other accessibility-related questions, contact our office by email or by calling 604 983 7526.
  • For exams administered remotely, please correspond directly with your instructor to determine how your accommodations (e.g., extended time) will be administered.
  • For other exam-related supports, such as a quieter environment or ergonomic equipment, etc. please be sure to anticipate your needs and make arrangements as necessary.

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Please note, if it is your first time using the online appointment booking system, the confirmation email will likely go to your junk folder. Once you have located the email in the junk folder, please select as "not junk."

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At CapU, we believe that every student has the right to accessible education. We provide students with disabilities the same rights, responsibilities, opportunities and respect for dignity as all students. We do this by providing academic accommodations to mitigate for physical, attitudinal, technological, systemic and communication barriers.

Disabling conditions may be ongoing, episodic, apparent or non-evident, temporary or permanent, and may include speech, hearing, visual, physical, mental health and neurological disabilities as well as chronic health conditions and acquired brain injury.

CapU strives to create an environment free of discrimination in accordance with the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and the B.C. Human Rights Code.