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Access+ is an online portal for students registered with Disability Resources to manage their academic accommodations, testing, and other resources.
Navigate to Access+ here or paste this URL:
into a web browser. We recommend that you save this page as a bookmark.
Use Access+ to:
Follow the steps below to request your academic accommodations for each term.
If you have any questions or need help with you Access+ account, please contact Disability Resources at 403.357.3629 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Step 1: Log into your Access+ account
Use your RDC username and password to log into your personal, secure account. This is the same password that you use to log into your Loop account.
Step 2: Activate your accommodations
Send your Accommodation Letter directly to your instructor by selecting and activating your eligible accommodations for the classes you are registered in each term. Connect with your instructor(s) to ensure they have received and confirmed receipt of your Accommodation Letter.
Step 3: Schedule your accommodated tests or exams
If you are eligible for test or exam accommodations, book upcoming tests through your Access+ account.
Coming soon - Student instructions for viewing and activating accommodations
Step 4: Request your Alternate Format Text
If you are eligible for alternate format text, request and receive your alternate media through your Access+ account
Coming soon - Student instructions for Alternate Format Text
Step 5: Schedule an appointment
Schedule an appointment to meet with a Disability Resource Coordinator to discuss your accommodations, make changes or update your information in Access+.
Schedule an appointment to meet with an Accessibility Consultant for assistive technology training and resources, including alternate format text.
Use Access+ to book your accommodated tests and exams. Contact Testing Services for training and further information:
In Person: Room 930 (in the NOVA Chemicals Learning Common)
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