Did you know?

Access Awareness Day

Access Awareness Day is an annual event at the University of Manitoba designed to promote the inclusion of persons with disabilities on the University of Manitoba campus. On this day, Student Accessibility Services aims to bring awareness to the U of M community of the challenges faced by people with disabilities.

This year an Access Awareness Day event will be held on February 2, 2017. Please contact us if you would like to participate or volunteer for this event.


Have you checked your final exam schedule and booked your exam accommodations?

Click here to learn how to schedule your final exams: umanitoba.ca/student/saa/accessibility/sas-scheduler/scheduling-an-exam.html

Did you know that there is a 2 week booking policy for tests/quizzes/midterms/finals? Be sure to book your finals right away to ensure your exam accommodations are reserved. Late bookings are not accommodated. 

If you are unsure if current UMFA strike will affect your final exams, click here for up to date FAQ’s and strike information: umanitoba.ca/strikeinfo


Student Accessibility Services is here to support you and provide reasonable accommodations based on your documented disability. Did you know that if you are already registered with Student Accessibility Services, you have to reactive your account term? This is done by contacting your Accessibility Advisor/Specialist directly, emailing reception at staccess@umanitoba.ca, or calling us at 204-474-7423.