Welcome potential, new and current students to the UNBF Student Accessibility Centre website! 

We are located at Room 212, Marshall d'Avray Hall, UNBF.  You can reach us at 506-453-3515 or unbsac@unb.ca.

Registration for the Fall 2019 Term will close on Friday, November 22nd.  

New to UNB? Click the Services & Support tab to find out about our services.   If you are a student with a documented disability, you are eligible for our services.  Please contact our office for  information about our documentation requirements and to book an intake appointment.

Feeling anxious about attending university? Early, small group orientation sessions for 1st year or new to UNB students can be arranged by request.  

Are you an online student? The centre supports students enrolled in on-line courses with the review of medical documentation, the approval of appropriate accommodations, notification of instructors of the approved accommodations and assistance with grant funding applications. Peer mentoring services are not available to online students at this time.

The Centre now offers Assistive Technology and Learning Strategy services to students.  Please contact our office to find out more information. 

We serve students diagnosed with the following types of disabilities.

Learning Disability Attention Deficit Disorder (ADHD) Chronic Health Condition
Mental Health Condition or Disorder Physical Disability  Blind or Partially Sighted
Hard of Hearing/Deafness Autism Temporary Condition or Disability

View our Services and Support section for more information.


Here are some important updates and reminders for students currently enrolled at UNB:

  • Students registered at the Accessibility Centre are no longer required to submit a request form for Fall or Winter final examinations.   A request form is still required for tests, deferred tests or exams, and Summer Session final exams.
  • Requests for test accommodations must be received 3 business days prior to the test date. Late requests may not be accommodated. 
  • Contact your advisor if you wish to review and/or discuss changes to your accommodations. 
  • Need help with an issue or problem? Contact us and we'll do our best to help you out.