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Students will not be required to provide medical documentation directly to their professors to receive academic accommodations.
At the beginning of each course, the student must notify the instructor within the first three days of the term of any accommodations needed for the duration of the course by requesting an accommodation letter from the Coordinator of Academic Support and Advising, which will be emailed to both the student and the instructor.
Seneca Counselling and Accessibility Services staff is bound by condition of employment and Ontario’s Personal Health Information Privacy Act (PHIPA) to safeguard privacy and the confidentiality of personal information.
Students will not have to provide a diagnosis to access or receive support from the Counselling and Accessibility Services office.
The coordinator for disability resources, Autumn Wilke, is a member of the academic advising staff.
The coordinator advises students about the College's disability-related policies, procedures, and resources.