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How to register with us

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To register with the ACSD, please call 514-848-2424, ext. 3525 to book an appointment.

Once you have an appointment, you can email your documents to the ACSD advisor you'll be meeting with.

Documents can also be dropped off in person at (SGW Campus), GM 300.00.

Students who have not taken courses for 2 or more consecutive semesters are required to meet with their ACSD advisor in order to update their files.

Whether you are dealing with a permanent or temporary disability, we can provide assistance and guidance.

It is important to provide documentation that confirms your disability to register for services. If you aren’t sure what documentation is required, or if your documentation is incomplete, you can meet with an advisor who will give you feedback and guidance on what is needed.

Required documentation

In order to support your request for academic accommodation, you are required to provide documentation of your disability. Typical examples of documentation are listed below per disability category.

  • Learning Disability: a recent psycho-educational assessment or neuropsychological report

  • Attention Deficit Disorder: a recent psycho-educational assessment or neuropsychological report and/or a medical assessment

  • Medical Conditions: a recent medical note or assessment which includes a diagnostic statement and/or a description of the functional limitations

  • Mental Health Conditions: a recent note signed by an appropriate licensed professional which includes a diagnostic assessment or diagnostic impression and a description of the functional limitations

NOTE: You are encouraged to take an appointment with an ACSD Advisor to discuss your concerns and we will give you some direction regarding what documentation is needed to set up services and academic accommodations. More detailed information on documentation requirements can be found in the section for referring professionals.

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