Accessibility at Queen's
Queen's University is committed to building an inclusive, accessible campus that respects the dignity of persons with disabilities. The following highlights some of the units with special responsibility for advancing accessibility at Queen's.
The Accessibility Hub is a central online resource for accessibility at Queen's. It serves as an online community for those seeking information on disability and accessibility issues on campus.
Campus Planning and Development hosts a classroom listing, identifying accessibility features of classrooms and buildings.
Equity & Human Rights Offices
The Equity Office works with other members of the Queen's community to ensure equity and accessibility is achieved throughout the University. The Human Rights Office is mandated to ensure the community's needs in the area of human rights are being addressed adequately.
Library Services for Students with Disabilities
Queen's University Library is committed to providing equal access to its services and collections. Library Services for Students with Disabilities (LSSD) assists students with disabilities with research skill development, library material retrieval, photocopy support and extended loan arrangements, as needed.
Access Champions is a volunteer-staffed organization that provides accessible guided tours, event support, accessible route information and personal guided support for individuals attending on-campus events.