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Community Supports

Explore community supports that make TMU more accessible for everyone.
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Accessibility on campus

Accessibility and amenity information

Learn more about entrances with accessibility features, single-occupancy and all-gender washrooms and change tables.

Access tours

Explore the best barrier-free routes of travel around campus, both indoors and out. Includes locations of elevators, accessible washroom facilities, and more!

Campus maps

View a visual map of campus. Find parking, elevators, single stall washrooms and accessible ramp locations on campus.

External community resources

Explore external community resources and services available within Ontario and Canada.

Public parking locations and rates

There are multiple parking options close to campus. All parking lots have accessible parking options.

Service animals

Service animals are welcomed on campus. Please read the Animals on Campus Policy for more details.

Technology supports

Learn about recommended browsers and assistive technology combinations for university websites and applications.

WalkSafe program

The free service pairs you with a uniformed security crew member to escort you to various locations on campus, including the subway and nearby parking lots. Please let the dispatcher know if you have accommodation requirements.

Accessibility in the classroom

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Academic Accommodation Support

Academic Accommodation Support (AAS) works directly with incoming and returning students looking for help with their academic accommodations. AAS works with any student who requires academic accommodation regardless of program or course load.

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Library Accessibility Services

Toronto Metropolitan University Libraries is committed to providing equal access to services and collections. The library provides access to course readings, research texts, and videos in accessible formats, as well as various adaptive software in select workstations in the library.

Student Life and Learning Support

The Student Life and Learning Support focus on building diverse communities and providing support to learners. They offer opportunities for individuals to discover their talents, explore various skills, express their identities, create meaningful friendships and connections, and build their learning success toolkit.

TMU Student Access Collective

The TMU Student Access Collective is committed to supporting students with disabilities. They work on various activities like campaigns, outreach, education, and events. Their main goal is to create a fair and inclusive environment and help students with disabilities gain more independence and freedom.

Mental Health and Wellbeing

The Mental Health and Wellbeing website has information for all students, staff and faculty. It offers resources so that you can get support for yourself or others. The resources on this website are available on-campus, in our communities or online, so you can access the support you need, in the way you need.

Centre for Student Development and Counseling (CDSC)

The CSDC offers free, confidential counselling services in a professional and friendly environment. Services are provided by a team of psychologists, social workers, psychotherapists and counselling interns.

Human Rights Services

Human Rights Services works with members of the TMU community to promote a learning, work and living environment free of discrimination and harassment. Services are available to all members of the TMU community including students, staff, faculty and visitors.

Tri-Mentoring Program

The mission of the Tri-Mentoring Program is to facilitate students' learning, leadership, and employment through mentoring, learning support and leadership training. The program matches first year students with upper year students in the same program or with similar interests in order to help incoming students successfully transition into their first year.

Accessibility in the workplace

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Employees with Disabilities Community Network

The Employees with Disabilities Community Network includes employees with visible and non-visible disabilities. Through their mutual support, members provide a diverse perspective of their experiences of living and working with disabilities.

Wellbeing and accommodation

If you require accommodation as an employee with a newly acquired, temporary, or permanent disability, or are returning to work following illness or injury, Workplace Wellbeing Services can help ensure you have the support you need.

Evacuation plans for people requiring assistance

Employees with disabilities and their leaders should work together to identify any individualized needs related to emergency information and procedures.

Academic Accommodation Support (AAS) for faculty

Academic accommodation is a shared responsibility and a collaborative process between students, faculty and instructors, university administration, and AAS.

Schedule requests for faculty

Toronto Metropolitan Faculty Association (TFA) members are provided the opportunity to submit accommodation requests regarding teaching schedules, including those related to dependent care responsibilities, medical conditions, and religious observance.