- Mission, Mandate, and Philosophy
- Accommodation Policy
- Accommodation Appeal Process
- Legislated Responsibilities
- Standards of Practice
The Paul Menton Centre exists to foster equal access to the university experience for students with disabilities while maintaining academic standards through provision of academic accommodations and support services, in partnership with the Carleton community.
Read PMC’s full Mission, Mandate and Philosophy for information about how this applies and is enacted.
Statement on Academic Accommodation: Academic Accommodation Policy for Students with Disabilities and policy implementation.
Information and context about the various steps and requires for the informal appeal process, formal appeal process and academic accommodations appeal committee.
Carleton’s Duty to Accomodate as well as information regarding the Academic Accommodation Policy and the Academic Accommodation Appeal Process.
The Paul Menton Centre (PMC) developed Standards of Practice to inform and guide practices and decision-making related to provision of academic accommodations and support services. The Standards were developed, and are continuously updated, with feedback from PMC staff and colleagues from other disability service offices across Canada. The Standards consist of Principles, Guidelines, and Decision Maps in the areas of Documentation, Accommodation, and Services. The Principles are aligned with the PMC Mandate, Carleton University Academic Accommodation Policy, and relevant guidelines from the Ontario Human Rights Commission. The Guidelines and Decision Maps are derived from the Principles and consist of internal guidelines for decision-making used by the PMC Coordinators.