To request and develop your accommodation plan, make an appointment with an Accessibility Specialist.
There are several ways you can prepare for your first meeting with your Accessibility Specialist:
- Ensure you have your disability documentation. Disability documentation describes your disability, gives a clear diagnosis, and outlines how your disability might impact you academically. Documentation will also provide information to Student Accessibility Services about how RRC can best accommodate you. Please see our Disability Documentation Guide for more information on what is required.
- Are you sponsored through a community agency? Some students with disabilities may be supported financially to come to Red River College. If this is you, please bring the contact information for your agency worker.
- Understand your disability. Think about the ways your disability may have impacted you when you were in high school or when you may have gone to a post-secondary school in the past. What was challenging for you? Having awareness of yourself in this way, will be very valuable in the accommodation planning process.
- What has been helpful to you in the past? Did you receive supports in the past? Accommodations may look a little different in college than they did in high school, but any information you can provide about supports that worked well for you, will be useful for your Accessibility Specialist.