Students With Disabilities
The Experiential Learning Hub is committed to supporting the employment needs of students with disabilities.
If you would like to discuss strategies for success in the workplace, attend one of our drop-in sessions with a Career Advisor or if you are a co-op student, speak with your Co-op Coordinator.
Students are strongly encouraged to register with Student Accessibility Services (SAS) who can identify reasonable adjustments in an academic setting and can provide guidance for accommodations in the workplace.
Explore the following links to learn more:
- Disclosing Your Disability
- Non-Visible Disabilities & Mental Health
- Employment Resources
- Additional Resources
- The Post-Secondary Bridging Program with Specialisterne Canada
- LimeConnect - Personal and Professional Tips and Resources: COVID-19
- Resources for Students Nearing Graduation
Accessibility Services - Career Advising Drop-in
Career Advisors are available for appointments through a virtual/ online delivery option (Teams in Office 365). To book an appointment, login to your Experience Guelph account and in the left hand menu, click on "Career" and then "Appointments".
Disclaimer: Experience Guelph has made every effort to use the most respectful words possible while compiling these materials. We realize, however, that the most appropriate terminology may change over time. We have shared these resources with the intent to respect the dignity and inherent rights of all individuals.