- DSS information for students
As a student centre on campus, detailed information about services and programs can be found on students.usask.ca. The information below is intended primarily for staff and faculty of the U of S.
Disability Services for Students assists students by offering programs and advocacy services—fostering an accessible and welcoming campus.
- Letters to professors - Assists with arranging exam or academic accommodations with professors.
- Notetaking - The program assists students who have difficulty taking notes.
- Exam Accommodations - Assists with exam accommodations
- Alternate Format Textbooks - Assists students with print disabilities to obtain e-texts
- Classroom Changes - Arranges changes for students with accessibility issues.
- Advocacy and Mediation - Represents students with disabilities in negotiation with the University, colleges and professors.
- Library Assistance - Supports people with physical disabilities who have difficulty retrieving books or documents from the library.
- Assistive Technology - Provide students with disabilities access to a variety of enhanced technology needed to achieve academic success.
We are guided by the University of Saskatchewan's Academic Accommodation and Access for Students with Disabilities policy. This policy is based on Saskatchewan's Human Rights legislation and the duty to accommodate individuals with disabilities. The main purpose of this policy is “To foster diversity, inclusiveness, and student success by providing that students with disabilities are not discriminated against; and that they receive equal opportunities for academic success and personal development at the University of Saskatchewan.”