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Students with disabilities

UVic works with its campus community to create an accessible, inclusive setting. We offer services and accommodations for all programs, facilities and activities.

Centre for Accessible Learning (CAL)

UVic’s Centre for Accessible Learning supports students with disabilities and health issues. We work with you to ensure an equitable, inclusive and usable education. You must register with CAL to access our services.


Students with a disability, including those on a reduced course load, are eligible for all scholarships if they meet the academic and/or other award-specific criteria.

You must self-identify to the Entrance Scholarship Officer and In-Course Scholarship Officer by emailing You must also have disability documentation filed with the Centre for Accessible Learning (CAL).

Library services

UVic Libraries supports users with a disability by providing specialized facilities and services in McPherson/Mearns Centre for Learning and the Diana M. Priestly Law Library.

Learning Assistance Program (LAP)

If you need help with your courses, there are many programs available.

Visit our blog for more help.

Need help?

The Centre for Accessible Learning is in the Campus Services Building.

Front desk office hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Contact us at 250-472-4947 or

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