Self-Identification Form: Accessible Learning Centre

Complete this form to self-identify as a Laurier student who requires academic support services from the Accessible Learning Centre (ALC) for classroom or examination accommodation. As part of this process, you are required to upload supporting documentation from a registered healthcare professional (e.g. physician, psychologist or psychiatrist).

For further information, visit Registering with the Accessible Learning Centre.

Professional Programs with Field Placements/Practicums

If you are a student with a disability applying to a professional degree program with a practicum component (e.g., social work or education), or you are planning on taking a course with a community service learning (CSL) requirement, the ALC encourages you to preplan any necessary disability related accommodation requirements. Practicum, field placement or CSL accommodations may differ from classroom accommodations due to the particular demands of the learning environment. We urge you to discuss the essential requirements of the field placements and/or practicums at the time of your admission/registration and, to discuss accommodation needs with the field placement/practicum coordinator or instructor within your academic program and, with your ALC disability consultant prior to the start of term.

Pursuant to Section 39(2) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, R.S. O. 1990, the following information is collected under the legal authority of the Wilfrid Laurier University Act to administer the university-student relationship. The information will be used for administrative and statistical purposed, and to determine academic support services.