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Maccess aims to build and maintain a campus that celebrates, advocates, and ensures inclusiveness in the area of disability.

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Monthly disability and mad studies reading groups to cultivate a social and intellectual disability community on campus.


A program focused on rights and responsibilities concerning disability-related accommodation.

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Accessibility Hub Visit the hub

The one-stop shop for all things accessibility at McMaster University.

Employee Accessibility Network Email AccessMac

An online and in-person network of employees (faculty and staff) with disabilities at McMaster University. The Network supports peer networking and professional development for members, and acts additionally as an accessibility consultation group to the McMaster Accessibility Council.

To join our mailing list, attend an upcoming meeting, or ask related questions, send a confidential email to: Kate Brown, AccessMac program, Equity and Inclusion Office.