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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The Paul Menton Centre offers many ways for students can access funds to help financially aid their...
If you require a special permit you must obtain an “Accessible Parking Permit” from the Ministry of...
Academic accommodation of students with disabilities is available through the Paul Menton Centre by...
The Paul Menton Centre ensures students are aware of procedures regarding emergency evacuation of b...
The PMC has graduate students from a counselling program offering individual disability-related and...
Tutors from a variety of disciplines are sometimes needed to work one-on-one with students who requ...
Assistive Equipment Loans
Assistive Equipment Loans enable students with disabilities to compensate for and minimize educatio...
Attendant Services Program
Carleton has a unique program that offers attendant and personal care services, 24-hours per day, 1...
Volunteer Note Takers
Notetaking Services are one of many academic supports offered by PMC. Volunteer Note takers are stu...
Learning Strategy Support
The PMC has two on-staff Learning Strategists available to meet one-on-one with PMC students to hel...
Mentor Volunteer Program (MVP)
The Mentor Volunteer Program was created to assist mainly first-year students with disabilities mak...
Learning Strategy Assistant (LSA) and Peer Tutoring
Learning Assistants provide specific one-on-one learning support for students with diverse needs. T...
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