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COVID-19 and Online Learning Update:
Due to the university's response to COVID-19, most AAS programs and services are offered remotely. Refer to relevant sections of this website for specific updates.
A part of Student Wellbeing, Academic Accommodation Support (AAS) supports students with disabilities.
We work with students to create and implement individualized academic accommodation plans so students can more fully participate in their studies.
We work with any student enrolled at Toronto Metropolitan University (formerly known as Ryerson University) who requires academic accommodation, regardless of program or course load.
Registration for the Spring/Summer 2022 semesters is now available.
You may begin the registration process once your Toronto Met identity (including email address) is activated
Spring/Summer 2022 Deadlines
Intake Form/ Documentation Submission Deadline (New Students): TBD
Update Accommodation Plan Deadline (Registered Students): TBD
Exam Booking Deadline: See Test Centre
BSWD Deadline: See Financial Support
90%+ of students registered with AAS are living with invisible disabilities.
1 in 10 Toronto Metropolitan students is registered with AAS.
We use the term disability for consistency with the language of the Ontario Human Rights Code.