To register with the Student Access Centre, students must provide documentation justifying their limitations and needs. In most cases, a diagnostic report or official letter from a medical or qualified professional confirming a diagnosis is required.
However, we realize that you may not have all the required documentation to receive full accommodations at the time of registration. As such, we encourage all students experiencing academic difficulty who believe they could benefit from the service to contact the Student Access Centre for support and guidance.
Steps to creating a CEGEP Individualized Education Plan (IEP):
Step 1. Reach out the SAC by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or MIO (SAC – Student Access Centre) with relevant documentation (ex. medical form, diagnostic report, high school IEP, etc.) included in the message.
Step 2. Once the necessary documentation has been received, you will be booked for an appointment with an Adapted Services Counsellor. The counsellor will create an IEP that best suits your needs, and your program and course objectives.
Step 3. Once your individualized IEP is determined, you will need to sign it and send it to the SAC by email, mio or in-person during our office hours.
Students who wish to have their CEGEP IEP ready in time for the first week of class are strongly encouraged to contact the SAC at email@example.com as soon as they receive their letter of acceptance. We will process all requests in the order that we receive them.