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Accessible Learning  

Sheridan’s Accessible Learning (AL) is now supporting students remotely. If you have any questions or need support, connect with your AL Advisor, Learning Strategist & Assistive Technologist directly or email

For more information, see our FAQs.

Updated: March 30, 2020

Moving to different delivery models of classes may impact your academic accommodations and we are here to help you navigate this process.  If you have already registered with Accessible Learning (AL) and have questions about your current academic accommodations or would like to talk about any alterations that are needed, please contact your AL Advisor by email. If you do not know who your Advisor is, you can email

If you have a disability and are not currently registered with AL but would like to be, you can contact AL by:

Phone: Please leave a voicemail and we will return your phone call within one business day

  • Davis Campus: (905) 459 – 7533, EXT: 5400
  • Hazel McCallion Campus (HMC): (905) 459 – 7533, EXT: 2528
  • Trafalgar Road Campus: (905) 845 – 9430, EXT: 2557
For additional inquiries, information and supports, refer to the Accessible Learning FAQs.

About Accessible Learning

Accessible Learning  facilitates equal access for eligible students with disabilities.

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How to Register

AL Advisors work with students to determine appropriate and reasonable academic accommodations based on a review of disability documentation and student self-report.

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Services & Accommodations

Sheridan offers many services and accommodations for students with disabilities, including Learning Strategies Training and Assistive...

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Financial Aid for Students With Disabilities

Students with documented disabilities may be eligible to apply for the Bursary for Students with Disabilities (BSWD).

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Psychoeducational Assessments

If you have a suspected learning disability, or if your documentation is outdated, you will need to obtain a new psychoeducational...

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Additional Resources

Accessible Learning encourages you to explore additional resources and use those that you find helpful or applicable to you.

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What Students Need to Know?

Learn more about Accessible Learning by checking out the answers to some frequently asked questions.

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Information for Faculty & Staff

Information, tips and resources for Faculty and Staff.

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Contact Accessible Learning Services

Have questions? Need assistance? Contact staff at Accessible Learning.

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