Carleton University is committed to providing access for students with disabilities to its rich variety of educational opportunities. The Paul Menton Centre (PMC) is the primary department on campus that coordinates academic accommodations and support services for Carleton students with disabilities.Visit the PMC Websiteexit
Here are some services offered by the Paul Menton Centre for Students with Disabilities
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Academic Accommodations for Students with Disabilities
Academic accommodation of students with disabilities is available through the Paul Menton Centre by...
The Paul Menton Centre administers a number of awards and bursaries for entering and returning stud...
The Paul Menton Centre supports students who experience mild to moderate mental health symptoms by ...
The Paul Menton Centre maintains a roster of qualified tutors, spanning many courses and areas of s...
Assistive Learning Technology
PMC promotes independence through assistive technology as one of the key levers to accessible learn...
Volunteer Note Takers
The PMC Volunteer Note-taking is a peer note-sharing service that provides supplemental lecture not...
Learning Strategy Support
PMC provides a wide range of learning supports for students with disabilities including one-on-one ...
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