We want you to succeed in your studies, so we aim to provide an accessible learning and working environment for all students. If you have documented disabilities, we’ll offer support services to help you thrive at Booth UC.
- View our Policy for Students with Disabilities
- Download and complete the Accessibility Services Request Form
- If you don’t have documentation of a needs assessment, have your doctor complete the Confirmation-of-Need for Accessibility Services
If you need special assistance:
1. Let us know
It’s best to inform us of any special needs when you apply for admission to Booth University College. We guarantee confidentiality and impartiality regarding your application. If you didn’t state your needs at the time of admission, please let us know as soon as possible. We recommend contacting the Dean of Students within the first few weeks of class so we can consider additional support options quickly.
2. Provide documentation
Once you’ve been accepted to Booth University College, please provide the Dean of Students with the appropriate documentation to complete a needs assessment. Documentation of a disability must be within the last three years.
3. Please meet with our Dean of Students
After receiving your documentation, the Dean of Students will meet with you to discuss the learning resources available and classroom needs. We will develop an accommodation plan for exams and determine what resources Booth University College can provide to assist you.
Our Dean of Students will inform faculty, department heads, and the Academic Dean about special arrangements to help accommodate your needs. This includes any alterations to the exam schedule which are necessary to support your situation. Our process promotes equity and does not compromise the integrity of course material.
For more information about accessibility assistance at Booth UC, contact Rhonda Friesen, Dean of Students or Darla Thiessen, Academic Learning Centre Coordinator