The Dalhousie University Accessibility Committee is looking for students who experience, have experienced, or know about accessibility barriers at the university to take part in an online focus group to help make Dalhousie more accessible. For more information, including details on how to register by March 3, 2021, please see our Dal News events page.
Developing Dalhousie's Accessibility Plan
The Dalhousie University Accessibility Committee brings together stakeholders from across the university to develop an institutional approach to enable Dalhousie to meet its requirements under the Nova Scotia Accessibility Act, 2017, c.2, s.1.
The committee will consult, learn, develop, and finalize a Dalhousie University Accessibility Plan that is multi-dimensional, recognizing the various components of accessibility (see six focus areas below).
The plan will be informed by a recent built environment accessibility audit, in addition to consultation with people with disabilities and campus groups and committees representing people with disabilities.
- Built Environment
- Teaching, Learning and Research
- Goods and Services
- Information and Communication