Accessibility Services at U of T has partnered with Trinity to provide an On-Location Accessibility Advisor at the College with the goal of reducing barriers to accessing service and accommodations. Accessibility Services provides services for students with disabilities including Autism Spectrum Disorder, acquired brain injury/concussion, learning disabilities, ADHD, chronic health conditions, mental health conditions, mobility/functional disabilities, sensory disabilities, and temporary disabilities (injuries). Students seeking academic accommodations will either be seen by our On-Location Accessibility Advisor, or by an Accessibility Advisor at the central Accessibility Services office, as is appropriate to their circumstances.
In order to meet with an Accessibility Advisor, the first step is to register with Accessibility Services through their online Student Intake Form.
Not sure if Accessibility Services is right for you? Check out their Student Handbook to find out more about the ways they can support you.
If you have any questions, please contact:
Trinity College Registrar’s Office at email@example.com