Our accessibility services team can help with:
- setting up academic accommodations
- applying for disability-related funding
- connecting with other supports and services
Types of disabilities may involve mental health, physical, chronic, sensory and neurological disabilities whether temporary or ongoing, episodic, apparent or non-evident.
Academic accommodation is granted when the functional impact of a disability condition intersects with the academic environment causing a performance barrier.
Learn more about the three-step process for registering with Accessibility Services.Get Started
Book an Appointment
If you've already registered with Accessibility Services, you can book an appointment now.Book an Appointment
Book an exam accommodation
Complete this form with required lead time to arrange testing invigilation for on-campus exams. You need an approved testing accommodation to qualify.Exam Accommodation Form
Our CapU Commitment
At CapU, every student has the right to an accessible, inclusive and barrier free education. Academic accommodations mitigate for physical, attitudinal, technological, systemic and communication barriers.
Students with disabilities have the same rights, responsibilities, opportunities and respect of dignity as all students.
CapU is attentive to having an environment free of discrimination in keeping with the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and the B.C. Human Rights Code.