Accessibility and inclusion are important aspects of Brock University. The University uses an inclusive lens while it creates and redevelops environments which is for all people to learn, work, lead and enjoy.
This responsibility is shared by the entire University community and is co-ordinated by the Accessibility and Inclusion Advisor.
On this website you can find useful information and resources on accessibility for students, faculty, staff and campus visitors. You will also be able to view and download Brock policies, documents and relevant practices required under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 (AODA) and its regulations; the Integrated Accessibility Standards, O. Reg. 191/11.
Brock provides for accessible feedback in any area. If you have any feedback regarding accessibility on campus please let us know by following the Accessibility Feedback link.
Accessibility Policy Structure
Brock University’s Accessible policy structure for the University.
- 2017-2018 Brock University Annual Human Rights and Equity (Accessibility) Status Report
- Brock University Multi-year Accessibility Plan (updated)
- Accessibility Policy (passed by the Board of Trustees, March 2018)
- Employment Accommodation Policy
- Employment Equity Policy (passed by the Board of Trustees, March 2018)
- Academic Accommodations for Students with Disabilities
- Brock University Facility Accessibility Design Standards – 2nd Edition 2014
- Procurement Policy
Safety at Brock
Below is information that is important to ensuring safety at Brock.
- Persons Requiring Assistance to Evacuate
- Persons Requiring Assistance Fire Safety Manual
- Areas of Refuge
- Download Brock Safety App
- Campus Safety
Accessible formats of all documents required under the AODA are available upon request.
Anti-Ableism and Mental Health Committee
The Anti-Ableism and Mental Health Committee (AAMH) — formerly the Brock University Accessibility Advisory Committee— is the advisory committee to the University with respect to the formation of an inclusive environment based on viewing disability as Human Rights issue. The AAMH reports to the Presidents Advisory Committee on Human Rights Equity and Decolonization (PACHRED)
For more information about the committee, or how to become a possible member please contact firstname.lastname@example.org