Accessibility Services

Accessibility Services

 

Current Programming

Name & Description Scheduled Date Scheduled Time Target Audience Additional Information

Peer Mentor Learning Community (PMLC): One-on-one Mentoring Session

First- and second-year UTM students registered with Accessibility Services are invited to register for one-on-one mentoring with successful upper-year student mentors. Students can meet with a Peer Mentor for confidential one-on-one sessions to learn how to navigate university life and meet their personal and academic goals. 

Events run Oct 2021- Apr 2022 various UTM students registered with Accessibility Services

Click here for registration

Peer Mentor Learning Community (PMLC): Interactive Workshops

PMLC interactive workshops aim to help students build academic skills that are necessary for success at university. Upcoming workshops will focus on a specific topic such as effective reading, test-taking, essay-writing, creating a study plan, time management, productivity, and more!

Events run Oct 2021- April 2022 Various Students registered with Accessibility Services and all UTM students who self-identify as having a disability Click here for more information
         

Connect with Us

Accessibility Services remains available for students registered with the department, although appointments and programming has been adapted to virtual platforms.

Students can book online appointments by emailing the department, or by calling.

If you have questions about our programming, please connect with us. 

1:1 appointments with Accessibility Advisors at Accessibility Services are available online and by phone. Please email access.utm@utoronto.ca to book an appointment.

New appointments for returning students and intakes for new student registrations, are available.

Students can continue submitting new student registration packages on our online portal.

Students should continue signing up for test and exam accommodations as per usual using the online portal.

Peer Notetaking services will be continuing and remain available to students.