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March 17: The University of Windsor made the decision to close all non-essential university offices until further notice due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Student Accessibility Services office in Dillon Hall is currently closed until further notice. However, we continue to respond to e-mail and phone messages.  Meetings with staff members continue to take place via e-mail, phone or Microsoft Teams. 
Inter/Summer/12 Week Session
Classes and examinations are not taking place in person during the Summer semesters. Assessments will take a different format than writing in person. Review the syllabi that you receive for your courses so that you can discuss any accommodations that may be required.
Fall 2020 
University of Windsor President Robert Gordon has recently updated the University community that courses, and exams, will be offered primarily online in the Fall 2020 semester in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. 
Student Accessibility Services will continue to monitor the following mailboxes:
General inquiries:
Exam inquiries:
SAS Advisors:  
  • Anthony Gomez:
  • Christine Quaglia:
  • Joyceln Lorito:
  • David Soderlund:

We also understand what a challenging and emotional time this is as we all grapple with feelings of anxiety, uncertainty and even grief. If you are experiencing any of those feelings, other feelings or thoughts of self-harm you are encouraged to visit the university's well-being portal. There you will find an array of support services available to help you during this challenging time.  


New Exam Information for Students


New Exam Information for Instructors

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