Special admission consideration for disability-related reasons

If you do not meet the competitive admission academic standard for a faculty but are close to it, you may apply for special admission consideration for most undergraduate degrees.

You must demonstrate that you have been unable to meet the competitive standard due to disability-related circumstances such as a lack of accommodations for a particular disability, or a relapse or temporary worsening of a disability.

You will still need to demonstrate satisfactory academic performance following recovery. The presence of a disability alone does not qualify you for special admission consideration.

See the application form below and submit no later than the application deadline of your degree. You may contact the Disability Resource Centre for more information.

Some programs and faculties at UBC have special processes set up to admit students whose circumstances differ from the general undergraduate admissions process. You should inquire directly with your program or faculty about these special procedures.

 

Request for special consideration for disability-related reasons:

http://you.ubc.ca/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/Request-for-Special-Consideration-for-Undergraduate-Admissions-Okanagan.pdf

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