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Disability Resources

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

Disability Resources

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.


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


Appointments
Book an appointment with a Disability Resources Coordinator or Accessibility Consultant.


Access+
Access+ is an online portal for students registered with Disability Resources 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.


Funding
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.


FAQ

Frequently asked questions.

A Quick Guide to Disability Resources

Lunch and Learn workshops

Join RDC Academic Support and Disability Resources staff online every Tuesday in February and March (except for Reading Week), as they present information and strategies to help students with the top academic concerns. Click on the link to learn about the content that will be covered and to register:

Each session will consist of a presentation on the topic of the week, followed by a choice of breakout sessions that explore specific strategies or tools. Each week's main presentation will be recorded so you can re-watch at a later date. The sessions will be offered through Blackboard Collaborate; the link will be emailed to you when you register.

Registration is required. All sessions are free to RDC students, and you can attend as many as you wish.

Can't attend at the specific time? Register anyway, and we'll send you the recording and handout after the session.