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Trans University Students’ Access to Facilities: The Limits of Accommodation

December 6, 2022

This article examines the results of a survey of 54 trans students in two major universities in Ontario in order to evaluate participants' access to on-campus facilities.

Toward Intersectional Identity Perspectives on Disability and LGBTQ Identities in Higher Education

December 6, 2022

While little has been published on the intersections of disability and queer identity among post-secondary students, this article proposes 5 intersectional identity perspectives based on semi-structured interviews with university students who identify as LGBTQ and have a disability.

Experiences matter: Educators' attitudes toward disability in higher education

December 6, 2022

This study investigated post-secondary educators' attitudes toward disability at a college and a university in southwestern Ontario.

Accessibility and the Neurodiverse Campus Community

March 22, 2022 -1:00PM - 2:00PM EST

In this webinar, we’re inviting Tara Connolly, to speak about increasing accessibility to a full neurodiversity of thinkers in post-secondary spaces. Join us as we look at the concept of neurodiversity and begin to consider how to incorporate this lens in building accessible practices throughout a campus community.

Returning to a Shared Workspace

A psychological toolkit for transitioning to a new normal

January 13, 2022

The Relationship Between Campus Recreation Facility Use and Retention for First-Time Undergraduate Students (2020)

Sera Janson Zegre West Virginia University, Rodney P. Hughes West Virginia University, Andrew M. Darling West Virginia University, Craig R. Decker University of Alabama, Birmingham

December 31, 2021

his study examines the relationship between campus recreation facility access and first year retention of full-time, first-time undergraduate students at a public university for 2014-15 through 2016-17. Results show a positive and significant relationship between recreation facility use and retention.

Supporting Indigenous Students in their Transition – Aboriginal Post-Secondary Information Program

February 16, 2022 - 1:00pm - 2:00pm EST

In this webinar, we welcome APSIP – the Aboriginal Post-Secondary Information Program – for an informative session about accessibility and other student support services available at colleges, universities, and polytechnics across Ontario and Quebec.

Continued Concerns

Post-Secondary Students One Year into COVID-19

December 13, 2021

Guidelines for Enhancing the Engagement of People With Lived Experience Across the HSJCC Network

December 7, 2021

Transitioning to the workplace

January 13, 2022 - 1:00pm - 2:00pm EST

In this webinar, we’re inviting Dianne Wintermute, ARCH Disability Law Centre, and our colleague Isabelle Aubé, Mental Health Works to speak about the transition from post-secondary education to the workplace.