- Institutional Obligations
- Accommodation Process
- Extended Time for Assignments
- Test and Exam Booking
- Resource Guides
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Carleton University has obligations as an academic institution. Including, but not limited to:
Academic accommodations are based on disability-related needs and are intended to minimize the impact of functional limitations due to disability. Accommodations are not intended to provide unfair advantage, because students are still expected to meet the same course objectives and complete the same set of course requirements as all other students in the course.
Prioritizing academic demands is an essential skill to develop for all university students. There are roles and responsibilities of all parties involved. Post-secondary education requires you to engage in self-directed learning, manage increased academic and competing demands and learn how to juggle priorities at school and beyond. Time management and organization skills are an essential part of being an independent learner and a university student.
Instructors, Scheduling & Examination Services (SES), and the CUOL Office share the responsibility for the provision of test/exam accommodations to students with disabilities at Carleton.