Rotman Commerce strives to create a learning environment that is inclusive, equitable, and supportive of all persons. In so doing, we seek to foster an environment of understanding and mutual respect for all members of our community. To this end, Rotman Commerce aims to provide support for and facilitate the accommodation of individuals with disabilities in order that all may share the same level of access to opportunities, participate in the full range of activities that our program offers, and achieve their full potential as members of the Rotman Commerce community.
This website has been designed to conform to the University of Toronto’s accessibility standards for websites, in compliance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA).
Please contact email@example.com if you encounter any aspects of the website that limit your ability to access information. We will strive to correct the issue and/or provide the information in a fully accessible alternative format.
Wheelchair Access to Rotman Commerce
Our main offices are located at 125 St George (corner of Bloor and St George). There is a ramp to the entrance from the north corner of the building. Classroom access to the lower level of the building is via elevator from the southwest entrance of the building (just south of our main office entrance on St George Street).
For access to other buildings on campus, please see the University of Toronto Map.
The older University of Toronto online campus map also indicates the locations of accessible entrances (the yellow arrows).
See the University’s Building Access Notices page to check for any current disruptions to building accessibility.
University of Toronto Accessibility Services Office
There are offices on all three UofT campuses that work to facilitate the inclusion of students with disabilities into all aspects of university life. The focus is on skills development, especially in areas of self-advocacy and academic skills. Services are provided to students who have a physical, sensory, or learning disability, mental health disability, acquired brain injury or chronic health condition (e.g. epilepsy, cancer, bowel disease) as well as students who have temporary disabilities such as a broken dominant arm.
The service provides a wide range of support, including:
To access the Service, students make an appointment to meet with an Advisor to discuss individual needs, accommodations, and strategies for success. Where appropriate, students are referred to one of the professionals on staff for an assessment to identify strategies and determine accommodations.
As Accessibility Services has limited facilities, it is the student’s responsibility to contact the office early to make arrangements for the writing of exams. There are strict deadlines each term that must be observed. Students must present relevant and up-to-date documentation, as outlined on the website, from an appropriate health care professional. Any information about a student’s disability is confidential and is not shared outside the Service unless the student gives permission.