Transition Resource Guide for Students with Disabilities

The Transition Resource Guide for Students with Disabilities - Transition to Post-Secondary Education, has been created by the Regional Assessment and Resource Centre (RARC). This guide is a way for students with disabilities to arm themselves with knowledge they need to access resources at college and university and to make a successful transition from secondary to post-secondary school.

Transition Program for students with a disability

To better prepare for your university studies, take part in the Academic Accommodations’ Transition Program during the summer as well as the entire academic year. This program introduces you to the postsecondary learning environment, to smooth the academic transition from high school to university.

Learn more about the Academic Accommodations, including its services and registration process, and the documents you need to submit along with your request for academic accommodations.

Are you a med student?

Please visit the webpage Accommodation from the Faculty of Medicine's Student Affairs Office.

Are you a student at Saint-Paul University?

  • Syrinne Benmouffok, Registrar’s office, Academic Advisor for undergraduate students for academic accommodations
  • Francine Quesnel, Registrar’s Office, Academic Advisor for graduate students for academic accommodations.

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