Previously Registered Students

Students Previously Registered With Accessibility Services

Please ensure you meet with your Advisor prior to the academic session. Advisors are available during the month of August to update your accommodations for the upcoming academic year. 

Accessibility Information Management for Students (AIMS)

During the first week of classes please log in to the Accessibility Information Management for Students (AIMS)

Here you will:  

  • register your tests and exams that you need to write with AccessAbility Services with academic accommodations
  • register for note-taking services and download your notes from AIMS

If you do not log in and register your tests/note-taking requests there will be a delay in you receiving services.  

If you require assistance in logging into and using AIMS, please contact the office immediately at or 905-569-4699.


Please review the Test/Exam Registration Procedures. If you have any questions, please contact AccessAbility Services at 905-569-4699.

It is ALWAYS your responsibility to take the initiative and make reasonable requests in a timely manner that you feel could make the university experience a more positive one.  Please remember that Accessibility Services operates in a very deadline-driven environment. It is crucial that you register with the office, complete all necessary forms, and confirm for tests and exams in a timely manner. If you miss a deadline for any of these, we cannot guarantee that you will be accommodated. You can meet with your Accessibility Advisor and/or the Examination Coordinator if you have any questions or concerns.

Annual Registration With The Centre

Why: You must make an appointment to register (or re-register) with the Accessibility Services to receive accommodations. At the appointment new policies and procedures for the upcoming academic year will also be discussed.

How Often: You must register with Accessibility Services for each academic year (May to April).

Deadline: As early in the semester as possible, but a minimum of 14 days before you require accommodations (i.e. for a test, exam, or note-taking).

Registering Your Courses With Accessibility Services:

Why: You must register your courses with Accessibility Services online using AIMS in order to receive test/exam or note-taking accommodations. If you have any questions about using AIMS, please contact the office at or 905-569-4699.

How Often: At the beginning of each academic session (May, September, January).

Tests/Exams: If you require accommodations for an upcoming test/exam, you must login to AIMS every time you start a new academic session, add a course or your instructor adds a test to your course.

Note-taking Services: You must login to AIMS to view sample notes, choose your note-taker and download your notes. 

Deadline: As early as possible, but a minimum of 14 days before you require accommodations (i.e. for a test, exam, or note-taking).