Accessibility Services

The Centre for Accessible Learning provides academic assistance for students with documented disabilities.  Learning and environmental support is available that focuses on providing a level playing field in terms of academic achievement.

TWU’s CAL works on a model of self-advocacy. This means students desiring support and services must:

As the primary contact point for any student with a disability, the CAL provides supports to students with disabilities, which includes communicating with the student, faculty, and other university departments to support a student’s educational endeavours.

Services that are provided by the Centre for Accessible Learning include:

A Note About Confidentiality

Student disability documents are confidential, with any information on a student’s disability forms only released to other TWU professional employees on a need to know basis. For further information on TWU’s privacy policy contact the Registrar’s Office.