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Consortium

The Disability Services offices of the 11 colleges of universities of northern Ontario work together as a consortium with NOARC/CÉRNO to provide supports and services to enrolled postsecondary students with a history of or suspected of LD and/or ADHD.  These offices, located on both main and satellite campuses from Parry Sound to Moosonee, are the first stop for students who may require the services of NOARC/CÉRNO.  The map below shows the location of the main campuses of NOARC/CÉRNOs consortium members.

Map of Northern Ontario Consortium Members

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Consortium Links

Sudbury

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Cambrian College
Cambrian college has three campuses in northern Ontario.  The main campus is located in Sudbury with satellite campuses in Little Current and Espanola.
Cambrian’s disability services are offered through the Glenn Crombie Centre a multi-service complex that promotes accessibility and success for students with disabilities within the Cambrian community. This state-of-the-art facility is entirely accessible including phones (TTY), personal care rooms, computer lab, testing rooms, and washrooms.


Laurentian University
Laurentian university includes three federated universities, Huntington University, Thorneloe University and University of Sudbury as well as an affiliated college, College universitaire de Hearst.
Accessibility Services at Laurentian University offers a variety of services to students with disabilities, which include learning strategies, assistive technology, and the coordination of accommodations.  The Accessibility Services office endeavours to create a supportive environment at Laurentian University that will enable students with disabilities to achieve their individual goals.

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Collège Boréal
Boreal College campuses are located in the heart of the francophone communities of Ontario, in Hearst, Kapuskasing, New Liskeard, Nipissing, Sudbury, Timmins and Toronto. The main campus is located in Sudbury. 
The Learning Support Centre offers personalized service that supports students’ adaptation and integration into college studies by enabling access to a wide range of individual services to help ensure academic, personal and professional success.

 

Timmins

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Northern College
Northern College has four campuses in Northeastern Ontario:  Porcupine, Kirkland Lake, Haileybury and Moosonee. 
Northern College’s Centre for Students with disABILITIES supports students with disabilities that require physical adaptations to the facilities, and/or the provision of special support services and assistive devices in order for these students to successfully complete their studies.  A Learning Strategist/Assistive Technologist provides one-on-one assessments, learning strategies and technological assistance to students with learning disabilities.

 

Hearst

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The three campuses of the University of Hearst are accessible for persons with mobility problems.
On request, through the Special Needs office the University also does an assessment of the accommodation measures to provide for various types of disability, ranging from physical and psychological problems to learning disabilities.

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North Bay

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Nipissing University
Nipissing University welcomes students with disabilities to participate in an accessible, barrier-free learning environment. Student Accessibility Services coordinates academic accommodations and provides learning strategies, technological support, and advocacy for students with temporary or permanent disabilities. Accessibility Services supports and accommodations are provided to students on campus as well as distance/online learners.


Canadore College
Canadore's College Drive, Commerce Court, and Aviation Centre campuses are fully accessible with designated parking for physically disabled persons, electronic doors, elevators, specially equipped fountains and washrooms. Public telephones adapted for hard of hearing individuals and a TDD system have been installed. There are also fully accessible units in the College Drive Campus' residence complex. Student Success Services offers advisors with expertise in Career Guidance, Learning and Accessibility, Mental Health and Wellness, Student Life and First Generation, along with Technologists who are available to discuss the personal, physical and learning demands of your program of interest and to provide a thorough assessment of your needs. The ultimate goal of Student Success Services is to support students so you can achieve success academically, in your career aspirations, and in your personal lives.

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Sault Ste Marie

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Algoma University
Algoma University has campuses in Sault Ste. Marie and Brampton and offers some university programming in Timmins through Northern College’s Porcupine campus. 
The Student Services Office is your gateway to multiple resources and services designed to help you succeed academically and make the most of your Algoma University experience.


Sault College
Sault College is committed to expanding its access and support to all persons with disabilities, by having as its goal a barrier-free learning and working environment to enable academic and employment success.

The Accessibility Services Office serves as the office responsible for accessibility administration and for guiding students through the self identification and accommodations process.

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Thunder Bay

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Lakehead University
Located at the head of Lake Superior, Lakehead is a comprehensive University with campuses located in Thunder Bay and Orillia.
The Learning Assistance Centre (LAC) coordinates academic accommodations for students with documented disabilities.


Confederation College
Confederation College is a small community college with its main campus in Thunder Bay. Confederation College has eight regional campuses located in the communities of Dryden, Fort Frances, Kenora, Geraldton, Marathon, Red Lake, Sioux Lookout and Wawa.
At the Academic Support Centre, individual assistance and support is provided for students who have disabilities that could affect their academic performance. Services and accommodations emphasize personal independence and responsibility and provide a fair and equal opportunity for success without compromising the academic integrity of the course or program.  The needs of each student are unique; therefore, individualized accommodations are based on documentation provided by a recognized professional.

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Canadore College
Canadore College
Student Success Services offers advisors with expertise in Career Guidance, Learning and Accessibility, Mental Health and Wellness, Student Life and First Generation, along with Technologists who are available to discuss the personal, physical and learning demands of your program of interest and to provide a thorough assessment of your needs.


Collège Boréal
Boreal College campuses are located in the heart of the francophone communities of Ontario, in Hearst, Kapuskasing, New Liskeard, Nipissing, Sudbury, Timmins and Toronto. The main campus is located in Sudbury.


Laurentian University
Laurentian university includes three federated universities, Huntington University, Thorneloe University and University of Sudbury as well as an affiliated college, College universitaire de Hearst.


Sault College
Sault College is committed to expanding its access and support to all persons with disabilities, by having as its goal a barrier-free learning and working environment to enable academic and employment success.


Confederation College
Confederation College is a small community college with its main campus in Thunder Bay. Confederation College has eight regional campuses located in the communities of Dryden, Fort Frances, Kenora, Geraldton, Marathon, Red Lake, Sioux Lookout and Wawa.


Nipissing University
Nipissing University’s three campuses are located in North Bay, Muskoka and Brantford.


Algoma University
Algoma University has campuses in Sault Ste. Marie and Brampton and offers some university programming in Timmins through Northern College’s Porcupine campus.


Cambrian College
Cambrian college has three campuses in northern Ontario.  The main campus is located in Sudbury with satellite campuses in Little Current and Espanola.


Northern College
Northern College has four campuses in Northeastern Ontario:  Porcupine, Kirkland Lake, Haileybury and Moosonee.


Université de Hearst
The three campuses of the University of Hearst are accessible for persons with mobility problems.


Lakehead University
Located at the head of Lake Superior, Lakehead is a comprehensive University with campuses located in Thunder Bay and Orillia.

NOARC/CÉRNO is Funded by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities.