Your Rights in Post-Secondary Education
Many students with disabilities who attend college or university often encounter many barriers to having their needs met in order that they may achieve and succeed at their full potential. This is often particularly true for students who are in the later years of an undergraduate program, for students who are doing a co-op or work placement and for graduate students. This power point was recently presented to college and university students. It outlines the rights of students with disabilities, the process for having those rights recognized and it identifies some of the common challenges faced by students. If you have specific questions about your rights as a student, please contact ARCH Disability Law Centre directly.