Student Accessibility Services (formerly Centre for Students with Disabilities)

Learning Disabilities: Experience to Understanding (PSYC*1300)

PSYC*1300, Learning Disabilities: Experience to Understanding is a credit course for students diagnosed with a specific learning disability and is offered jointly through the Department of Psychology And Student Accessibility Services (SAS) . Offered since 1999, this course is highly recommended by students who have taken it in the past.
This unique course is designed to provide students with an understanding and acceptance of their learning needs.  It aims to help students become more self-directed, active and successful learners. 
Lectures will introduce students to central issues in the area of specific learning disabilities (LD) and seminars provide an opportunity for discussion, question asking and group sharing.  A variety of modules are offered to assist students in applying and practicing strategies to aid in their understanding of their specific learning needs.  Please note that space in the course is limited.

Is it an elective? 

Prior to applying for the course, we strongly recommend that you consult with your academic program counsellor to determine whether or not this course may be used as an elective in your degree program.


Course registration is now complete for the Fall 2016 semester.

Student Accessibility Services

Level 3, University Centre 50 Stone Road East Guelph, Ontario N1G 2W1
519 824-4120, ext 56208

FAX: 519 824-9689 Email:


take the south elevator to level 3, then turn left

Hours of Operation

8:15 am -4:15 pm Mon-Fri