Disabilities Awareness

Student Accessibility Services has engaged in disability awareness activities on campus for more than 25 years. Disability Awareness can be a series of events throughout the school year.
 
The goal of these activities is to promote disability awareness and accessibility, and to educate McMaster students, faculty and staff on issues faced by persons with disabilities. Activities can showcase talents of people with disabilities to challenge the myths and barriers surrounding disability and impairment.
 
For more information you may contact us at ability@mcmaster.ca.


Poster Campaigns

2016-2017: Humans of McMaster

2015-2016: Strive for Accessibility and Inclusion

2014–2015: Break the Silence

2013–2014: Have You Ever

2012–2013: Engineering

2011–2012: Attitude

2010–2011: Recognize Disability, Emphasize Possibility

2007–2008: Awareness is Key to Understanding

2006–2007

2005–2006: The Empowered

2004–2005: Embracing Diversity



Online Services Outage July 18th

Online services including: Schedule an in-class test, mid-term or quiz; Book an Appointment; Course Notes etc.; unavailable between 2:15pm and 4pm on Thursday July 18th.

New SAS Site

SAS will be launching a redesigned website by the end of the summer.

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Are you in crisis? You don’t have to deal with it alone—there are people here that can help.


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