Access at McGill is a priority
Much of McGill’s campus is accessible to those who use a wheelchair. If you require information on accessible entrances, washrooms, cafeterias, classrooms and other University facilities, please contact Student Accessibility and Achievement.
If it becomes apparent that your class or seminar is scheduled in an inaccessible location, please inform Student Accessibility and Achievement as early as possible so that we can request to have the class moved to an accessible space.
The University allocates budget each year that is earmarked for projects which aim to make McGill facilities more accessible. This budget and process are overseen by the Universal Capital Access Working Group, on which Student Accessibility and Achievement holds a seat. If you have ideas for project, and are interested in knowing more about the submission process, get in touch with the teri.phillips [at] mcgill.ca (subject: Access%20at%20McGill) (Director of Student Accessibility and Achievement).