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St. Clair College

This is the essence of what an education at St. Clair College is all about. It's the place to start your journey in pursuit of your career and lifelong learning. It's where you will learn new things, expand your mind, create lasting friendships, experience college life, and most importantly get the skills and knowledge you need to get the job! (source)

 

Accessibility Services

Accessibility Services at St. Clair College is committed to providing equal access to educational resources and an optimal learning environment for students with disabilities. We are dedicated to provide support and services to all students with disabilities (physical, medical, learning and/ or psychological) who provide appropriate documentation. (source)

 

Academic Resources

Resources include:

Learning Strategist
The role of the Learning Strategist is to develop and deliver learning and study skills to support students with learning disabilities. Through group and individual sessions, they will help students develop strategies and methods for learning which are suitable to their unique needs.

Assistive Technologist
The Assistive Technologist will support students with learning disabilities by assisting them in learning and applying useful and suitable technical aids, including hardware, software and other devices.

What Type of Documentation is Needed?

Appropriate documentation means:

Learning Disabilities

A psychological assessment (within the last 5 years) displaying average intellectual functioning with a specific processing deficit combined with significantly delayed academic achievement. The psychologist must include a statement of diagnosis in the report.

ADHD

A statement of diagnosis of the disorder by a qualified professional accredited by the College of Physicians and Surgeons or a psychological assessment from a registered psychologist or psychological associate who is registered by the College of Psychologists.

Physical

A report or diagnosis from a medical professional who is registered with the College of Physicians and Surgeons. Physical disabilities include: Deaf/Hard of Hearing, Blind/Low Vision, Medical Conditions and Physical Injuries.

Psychological

A statement of diagnosis of the disorder by a qualified professional accredited by the College of Physicians and Surgeons or a psychological assessment from a registered psychologist or psychological associate who is registered by the College of Psychologists.

How do I Apply?

How to Receive Services

In Windsor contact Student Services at (519) 972-2727 ext. 4226 or by at email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or Chatham at (519) 354-9714, ext. 3306 or by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to book an appointment with a college counselor. Appropriate documentation must be provided to Student Services prior to your appointment.