After your initial registration with the Centre for Accessible Learning, you can meet with our staff at any time for follow-up or to discuss any issues that you have encountered in relation to your approved accommodations or to discuss your academic progress.
After your intake appointment, the centre can help you with:
- accommodations for placement testing
- classroom accommodations
- exam accommodations
- part-time study options
- course material in alternative format
- liaison with instructors
- funding options for education, services and equipment
- follow-up and check-in to monitor academic progress, and provide assistance as necessary
- BC Aboriginal Network on Disability Society
- The Canadian National Institute for the Blind
- Vancouver Island District, 250–595–1100
- Spinal Cord Injury Canada (formerly the Canadian Paraplegic Association)
- Canadian Abilities Foundation
- Island Community Mental Health
- Victoria Disability Resource Centre
- Island Deaf & Hard of Hearing Centre
- Victoria Office, 250–592–8144 • TTY 250–592–8147
- Learning Disabilities Association of BC - South Vancouver Island Chapter
Student Drop-In Hours
Drop-in times are intended for returning students who need a brief appointment. If you need more than 10 minutes, we are happy to schedule an appointment for you.
No drop-in May 2-4, May 8 & May 15
- Mondays: 10:30–11:30am
- Tuesdays: 1:30–2:30pm
- Wednesdays: 1:30–2:30pm
- Thursdays: 10:30–11:30am
- Fridays: 1:30–2:30pm
Please note that the Lansdowne office will be closed May 3-4 for staff training
- Monday-Friday: 11:30am-12:30pm
Note There may be occasions where drop-ins are not offered. Whenever possible, we'll let you know ahead of time.
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Don't worry about how you're going to write an exam or how to handle different situations, because the Centre for Accessible Learning is there to help you.
Sebastian, Camosun student