Accessibility Peer Mentor Program

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What is the Peer Mentor Program?

The Peer Mentor Program connects students registered with Accessibility Services with successful upper-year student mentors.  Mentees will have the opportunity to participate in weekly group activities facilitated by our peer mentors (e.g. academic skills workshops, campus tours, board game cafes, etc.) and meet with a mentor for confidential, one-on-one sessions to support your transition to the university's academic and social environment.  

The program runs from September 2019 through April 2020.

How do I join?

To request a mentor, please schedule an appointment with an Accessibility Services Advisor. To book an appointment, please call 905-569-4699, email, or drop by our office in room 2037 Davis Building.

If you are already registered with Accessibility Services, please complete the Mentee Registration FormDrop off your completed form in room DV2037B or email it to

Do I need to provide medical documentation?

Yes - students must provide a recent medical certificate or psycho-educational assessment completed by a medical professional to register with Accessibility Services. Please bring your completed medical documentation when you meet with your Accessibility Services Advisor.

The Accessibility Services medical certificate can be found online 


Please contact the Coordinator of Volunteer Services for more information:

Phone: 905-828-5422
Room: 2037B, Davis Building