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Accessibility Services

Advocating for an accessible learning environment for all students at Red Deer College.

Accessibility Services

Accessibility Services (formerly Disability Resources) is committed to advocating for an accessible learning environment for all students at Red Deer College.

Prospective and current students with documented disabilities affecting mobility, learning, and physical or mental health can register to access resources and accommodations needed to achieve their learning outcomes.

Learn about the registration process, eligibility, and required documentation. 

Book an appointment with an Accessibility Coordinator or Accessibility Technology Strategist.

Access+ is an online portal for students registered with Accessibility Services to manage their academic accommodations, testing, and other resources.

Resources & Accommodations
Learn about the variety of class and exam accommodations, assistive technology, and other resources available to RDC students.

Learn about the funding options for students with permanent disabilities, including information about reduced course load options.

Campus Accessibility
View campus maps showing accessible entrances, parking, etc. Learn about RDC’s Emergency Evacuation procedures.

Online Learning Tools & Tips
Learn about tools and tips to support students who are learning online.

Information for Faculty & Staff
Faculty-specific information about our referral process, accommodation letters, and RDC’s Academic Accommodations policy.

Information for Parents & Guardians
Information for parents and guardians and Advanced Education’s Transition Guide for grade 9 to 12 students.

Frequently asked questions.