The SAS Transition Program is designed to assist students with disabilities or accessibility needs at various stages of their transition process while attending McMaster University. SAS offers a variety of supports to assist students build new learning skills and knowledge, while making connections with peers and the broader McMaster community.
We host workshops and events throughout the academic year to support our students!
Some examples include:
Self-Determination and Resiliancy Skills
How to access academic accommodations and supports
Navigating McMaster community services and supports
How to navigate different virtual platforms at McMaster
MacStart is designed to support your academic journey if you are new to SAS, or considering registering with SAS. In our MacStart sessions, you will learn about different university resources, understand and develop learning skills as they pertain to the post-secondary environment, and will review and have the opportunity to strengthen self-advocacy skills.
MacStart has finished for Summer 2020.
Stay tuned for information about MacStart 2021.
Explore the Transition Resource Guide for Students with Disabilities, created by the Regional Assessment and Resource Centre (RARC)