Getting Settled

Accessibility & Campus Resources

The university of Guelph Accessibility website provides on campus and off campus resources and services for persons with disabilities or accessibility needs.

The Campus Community Police provide a campus map, indicating wheelchair accessible buildings (85% of those on campus), emergency phones and personal safety tips.

The Centre for Students with Disabilities, located on Level 3 of the University Centre, is a good reference point for students, staff and faculty with special needs.

Employment Accommodation at the University

Committed to creating a more accessible workplace, the University has an employment accommodation initiative to meet the needs of employees with disabilities.

For more information, please check the Employment Accommodation webpage on the Human Rights and Equity office website.

Community Resources and Services

Accessible Transportation provides a list of local and regional transportation services.

The City of Guelph offers a number of programs and services and encourages participation in any of the programs listed in the Community Leisure Guide.

Guelph Services for Persons with Disabilities is a non-profit charitable organization that is dedicated to promoting the independence, inclusion, participation and personal choice of adults with physical disabilities in our community through the provision of responsive services and supports. Their web site contains information about accessibility that would be helpful to a person with a disability, their friends and family.

The City of Guelph offers a number of programs and services and encourages participation in any of the programs listed in the Community Leisure Guide.