Redeemer University College
We're an undergraduate university that is known for providing a quality liberal arts and sciences university education and fostering a spiritually vibrant and caring community of learning on a beautiful and environmentally friendly campus. (source)
By offering a variety of services and resources, we are able to support and encourage students so that they may achieve their academic and personal goals. (source)
Together with the student, we plan accommodations that fit the disability. The purpose of an accommodation is to allow the student with a disability to learn and be evaluated on a level playing field with other students. Accommodations do not fundamentally change the requirements or affect the integrity of the academic standard of the program. Request for specific accommodations need to match the identified need.
Types Of Accommodations
The following accommodations will be considered when supported by your recent documentation:
Extra time to write tests and exams
- Quiet exam space
- Use of a computer for exams
- Note taking support
- Text books in alternate format
- Alternate formats including use of assistive technology (Dragon naturally speaking, JAWS, Zoom Text and Kurzweil)
- Use of a scribe
Note: If you have experienced or observed something that you think might be discrimination or harassment, you are encouraged to contact one of the Personal Respect Advisors. Go to www.redeemer.ca/personalrespect for more information.
What Type of Documentation is Needed
Documented disabilities which have been assessed by a third party professional may include the following areas:
- Learning disabilities
- Attention-deficit disorders
- Vision disabilities
- Physical disabilities
- Hearing disabilities
- Medical disabilities
- Emotional/psychological disabilities
- Chronic health
How Do I Apply
To register Disability Services:
Step 1: Fill out the Self-Identification form.
This form can be here or in the Life @ Redeemer booklet you received with your acceptance letter.
Step 2: Submit current documentation
Please have your physician/specialist complete the referral form or if you have learning disability please submit your recent psycho-educational assessment.
Step 3: Set up a meeting with Nancy Hartholt (Disability Services) to discuss you accommodations
Nancy can be reached by phone at 905.648.2139 ext. 4220
Her office is Room 100Q (just past the main office near the entrance)