Accessible Learning Services
Faculty can negotiate accommodations with student if they feel they are reasonable and appropriate. Students may register with Accessible Learning Services if academic accommodations are requested that are disability-related. Students have a choice to provide an Accommodation Letter to Faculty directly to have it sent on their behalf by firstname.lastname@example.org.
The accommodation letter will not disclose the nature of the disability, only the accommodations required by the student.
The Accommodation Letter lists the accommodations to which the student is entitled. In accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code, faculty are required to provide the accommodations stipulated; however, it is not the faculty’s responsibility to arrange for all accommodations noted. Faculty are required to participate in the accommodation process and encouraged to contact the Consultant listed on the Accommodation Letter if they have questions or concerns.
- Both temporary and permanent disabilities will be accommodated
- Students are not required to reveal private medical information to faculty or teaching assistants.
- Students do not need to disclose a diagnosis.
- Students do not need to seek accommodations directly from faculty or teaching assistants.
TESTING & EXAMS: Accessible Learning Services procedures
Humber’s College's Test Centre LRC2141 is now responsible for administering all testing (including accessibility-related accommodations) written outside of the classroom.
- Complete a Test/Exam Notification Form (insert link to fillable form here) at the Test Centre (LRC 2141) or at the Faculty Support Officer’s desk at least two weeks in advance.
- Deliver all completed Test/Exam Notification Forms (which show the date, time and accommodations) to the Faculty Support Officer.
Faculty Support Officer’s responsibility
- Collect the Test/Exam Notification Form from the student
- Notify the faculty of the booking and request a copy of the test or exam
- Submit Test Centre Referral Form with a copy of the test or exam to the Test Centre and/or email the test or exam to the Accessible Learning Services office
- Pick up the completed test or exam from the Test Centre and deliver to faculty
- Keep a copy of the Accommodation Letter for reference and confirm accommodations noted on the Test Centre Referral Form
- Remind and direct all students registered with Accessible Learning Services to submit the test appointment sheet to the Faculty Support Officer
- Submit a Word version (.rtf) of the test or exam at least 48 hours in advance to the appropriate Faculty Support Officer
Need more information?
For more information and a full set of guidelines on the Accessible Learning Services process, please visit: http://www.humber.ca/student-life/swac/accessible-learning/faculty-resources
or in person at:
STUDENT WELLNESS & ACCESSIBILITY CENTRE (SWAC)
2nd Floor Learning Resource Centre, North Campus
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