The Accessible Learning Centre facilitates equitable learning supports in the university environment for students with a wide range of documented disabilities.
Students with Disabilities Grant funding, through Alberta Ministry of Advanced Education, enhances our university's capacity to provide timely services, supports, and accommodations for students with disabilities seeking assistance so that they may seamlessly and successfully fully participate in their programs of study.
The Accessible Learning Centre has sourced and created a variety of Learning Resources that have been made accessible to all students. Please navigate to our "Resources" tab where you can find resources for Academic Writing Assistance, Accessibility Features, Time Management, Online Learning, Wellness, and more!
Please note, the ALC Policy Form MUST be signed in order to receive access to Exam Booking option in Clockwork.
Please be advised that all requests for exams that are taking place during the regular semester must be booked a minimum of 7 days prior to the examination date. Early exam requests are encouraged. Please refer to the policy form for final exam booking deadlines.
If you are having any issues booking your exams through ClockWork or have any questions, please contact the ALC office.
In order to apply for funded supports, you must first complete your Alberta Student Aid application, then make an appointment to meet with the ALC team to discuss your eligibility (based on documentation strength and recommendations), and fill out a Schedule 4.
Grant applications currently take up to eight weeks to process and approve. This is an Alberta Student Aid timeline that is not under our control. We recommend you consider this when making requests and plan accordingly.
Student Aid applications are a requirement to determine eligibility; those who do not qualify are still afforded other opportunities for support.
For more information please contact the ALC Office at email@example.com
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