Nipissing University is in Phase 3 of its Return to Campus Framework (Limited Campus Access – On-Site Academic Program Delivery)
If you are a student with a permanent or temporary disability and you may require academic accommodations to support your learning at Nipissing, please complete and submit the following form as soon as possible.
Note: Upon receiving this completed form, Student Accessibility Services will contact you to begin the intake process.
If you have any questions regarding this self-identification process or general inquires, please contact Student Accessibility Services by email, firstname.lastname@example.org or phone, 705.474.3450 ext. 4362
We encourage students with disabilities to apply for OSAP as they may be eligible for additional funding to help cover disability-related educational costs.
Students requesting academic accommodation are required to provide Student Accessibility Services with current documentation from a regulated health care professional who is licensed to diagnose your disability or health condition. Specific documentation requirements will depend on the nature of a student’s disability. Click here to learn more about the required documentation for the following disabilities.
Protection of Privacy:
The information on this form is collected under the authority of the Nipissing University Act, 1992. It is related to and needed by the University to provide services and support disability-related accommodation requests for students with disabilities. The information will be used by employees of the Counselling and Student Accessibility Services Office and will not be disclosed to any third party without your written consent. If you have any questions about the collection, use and disclosure of this information, please contact the Manager of Student Accessibility Services, Nipissing University, 100 College Drive, North Bay ON P1B 8L7, 705.474.3450 ext. 4097.
Nipissing University sits on the territory of Nipissing First Nation, the territory of the Anishnabek, within lands protected by the Robinson Huron Treaty of 1850.
We are grateful to be able to live and learn on these lands with all our relations.