Student Accessibility Services (SAS)

Brandon University is committed to providing equality of opportunity for students enrolled in all programs of study. For students with disabilities, BU ensures that reasonable academic accommodation and accessibility are available for all students. Whether you are experiencing a temporary disability or have a disability or medical condition that is chronic or permanent condition.

We are open and ready to support students virtually!

Due to COVID-19, Brandon University continues to exercise social distancing and a work from home strategy. Students seeking accommodations or who have accessibility needs are encouraged to contact the Student Accessibility Coordinator as early as possible.

Returning SAS Students

Returning SAS students are invited to schedule a 30-minute appointment to discuss accessibility or accommodation needs, including letters of accommodation, Student Aid, or communicating with faculty.

With online learning, there may be changes to your accommodations. Barriers previously experienced may no longer be present, while new barriers may be present. If you wish to discuss your accommodations or talk about ideas to support your learning in this new environment, do not hesitate to schedule an appointment.

If your accommodations have not changed and you do not wish to schedule an appointment, complete the following Accommodation Letter Request.

For returning  SAS students only:

Schedule Appointment with Michelle Magnusson or call 204-727-9737.

New to Student Accessibility?

If you are a student with a disability, or suspect you may be experiencing a disability, and are new to accessing SAS, please complete the following Student Information.

You will be contacted within two weeks of receipt of this information for an initial meeting with the SAS Coordinator.


For further information on services available to students with disabilities, please contact:

Michelle Magnusson,
Student Accessibility Services Coordinator
Room 106, A.E. McKenzie Building
Phone: 204-727-9759
Fax: 204-725-2143

Approved by Senate, September 13, 2016

For more information on Accessibility please go to the Accessibility Hub.