The Paul Menton Centre (PMC) is the designated department at Carleton University coordinating disability services on campus. The PMC works in partnership with the Carleton community to increase accessibility and integration of students with disabilities into all aspects of university life. The mission of the PMC is to foster equal access to the university experience for students with disabilities while maintaining academic standards through provision of academic accommodations and support services, in partnership with the Carleton community.Visit the PMC Websiteexit
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Academic Accommodations for Students with Disabilities
Academic accommodation of students with disabilities is available through the Paul Menton Centre by ev...
The Paul Menton Centre administers a number of awards and bursaries for entering and returning student...
The Paul Menton Centre supports students who experience mild to moderate mental health symptoms by hel...
The Paul Menton Centre maintains a roster of qualified tutors, spanning many courses and areas of stud...
Assistive Learning Technology
PMC promotes independence through assistive technology as one of the key levers to accessible learning...
Volunteer Note Takers
The PMC Volunteer Note-taking is a peer note-sharing service that provides supplemental lecture notes ...
Learning Strategy Support
PMC provides a wide range of learning supports for students with disabilities including one-on-one lea...
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