Our accessibility transition program (ATP) consists of 2 FREE programs which are designed to introduce students registering with Student Accessibility Services (SAS) to available services and supports, skill development workshops, and the opportunity to get a jump start on connecting with peers and the SAS Team. Students can register in one or both programs.
Not registered with SAS?
PARTICIPATION IN ATP: LAUNCH:
In the past
Typically, ATP: Launch is open to students attending Nipissing University from high school; transferring from another post-secondary institution or returning Lakers registering with SAS for the first time.
ATP: Launch 2022
The programming for ATP: Launch 2022 will differ from previous years to give upper-year SAS students, who did not attend campus between Spring 2020 and now, the opportunity to take advantage of SAS transition supports.
SAS is planning interactive events, information sessions and fun activities both in-person and virtually.
Please take a moment to complete this short survey, by clicking on the image below. Then, monitor your Nipissing email for more details over the coming months.
Introduction to SAS
Learn what services Student Accessibility Services has to offer and how they can help you succeed during university.
Learn how to apply both self-awareness and communication skills to help you succeed and address situations.
Put your self-advocacy skill to the test with different ‘what if’ scenarios. Answers included.
Stress affects us all. Read further to find a toolbox full of personal learning skills, including some routines and relaxation techniques, to help you through your Nipissing University journey.
Prepare for a university-level course load and work by reviewing and learning time management skills.
On and Off Campus Resources
Access to many on and off campus resources that you may find useful during your time studying at Nipissing.
Creating Positive Workspaces
Regarless of how you access your education now, creating a positive workspace will always be important.