King's commitment to accessibility

King's University College is committed to providing barrier-free accessibility for persons with disabilities studying, visiting and working at King’s. As part of this commitment, we have a variety of services, groups and committees on campus devoted to promoting accessibility and to ensuring that individuals have equitable access to services, facilities, information, employment, building and premises. To help provide the best experience to all members of the campus community (students, staff, faculty and visitors), this section offers information on accessibility-related resources available at King’s.

Accessibility Policy
King's University College Accessibility Plan (2024-2029)
Appendix A: Multi-Year Plan Updates

Accommodation Requests


For Academic and Non-Academic Employees: If you are an academic or non-academic employee who requires an accommodation as a result of a temporary or permanent disability, to fulfill the accountabilities of your role and/or to access your office or mail, you should notify Human Resources or your leader.


For Students: If you are a student requiring accommodation for courses or academic responsibilities, please refer to Accessibility, Counselling and Student Development information.

King’s University College respects the dignity and independence of people with disabilities and is committed to ensuring persons with disabilities have equal opportunity access to events on campus. If you require accommodation for a function at the College, please contact

Student Services:

Employee Services:

Visitor Services:

Any documents required by this legislation are available, in accessible formats, upon request from Human Resources: or (519) 433-3491, extension 8300.
We invite your feedback related to accessibility at King's! Please email or call (519) 433-3491, extension 8300 to provide comments, questions or concerns. You can also complete our Accessibility Feedback Form. All feedback will be reviewed and provided to the appropriate individual or service at King's.

King's University College is committed to the health and well being of our staff and faculty. King’s asks individuals who may need assistance in an emergency situation to identify themselves to Human Resources. Once identified, Human Resources will work with the individual to develop a personal emergency plan that includes specific evacuation procedures, sheltering procedures and means of communication in the event of an emergency, in a format that meets the needs of that individual.