UR Accommodated

The Brad Hornung Accommodations Test Centre (ATC) is open and able to accept exam bookings for students with approved exam accommodations. Students must be able to write their exams in Regina to be able to use the Brad Hornung ATC. If you are interested in utilizing the centre, you can book your exams in the Brad Hornung ATC via Accommodate: https://uregina-accommodate.symplicity.com/. Exams must be booked at least 7 days in advance.

UR Accommodated encompasses Student Accessibility, the Brad Hornung Accommodations Test Centre and Campus for All. The goal of UR Accommodated is to support all students in achieving academic success while enjoying a full and rewarding university experience.

Student Accessibility upholds the University's commitment to a diverse and inclusive learning community by providing services and support to enable students with disabilities to approach their studies in an equal and effective manner.

Student Accessibility aims to encourage independence, self-advocacy and equality for all students, while maintaining personal, confidential service.

The Brad Hornung Accommodations Test Centre (ATC) provides a space for students who have received accommodations through the CSA to write their exams.

Student Accessibility:

  • First point of contact for students requiring accommodations
  • Approves both in-class and exam accommodations

Brad Hornung Accommodations Test Centre (ATC):

  • Provides exam (quizzes, mid-terms and finals) space for accommodated students
  • Ensures assistive technology is available during exams

Student Role:

  • Request accommodations through Student Accessibility using the following link.
  • Let instructor know what in-class accommodations are required
  • Book exams through Accommodate.*

Instructor Role:

  • Provide support for in-class student accommodations and tests that require specialized equipment
  • Approve/decline exam requests through Accommodate

*Note that exams requiring specialized lab equipment cannot be written in the Brad Hornung ATC and will have to be coordinated directly with the instructor.

Registered Students: Need your Accommodation Letters? Submit your request online.
Make sure you understand your responsibilities and know the exam deadlines.

Campus for All is a four-year initiative meant to support an authentic student experience and the positive possibilities of life-long inclusion. It provides an authentic student experience and the benefits of a post-secondary education.

Software Update

Student Accessibility is now using Accomodate which allows both students and instructors to view and apply for additional accommodations, submit letter requests and alternate format requests all through an online portal: https://uregina-accommodate.symplicity.com. Please see the following links for both an instructor and student guide on how to use Accommodate. There is also a short video showing students how to navigate the system. These resources are also available in Accommodate under the "Resources" tab.


If you require an appointment or need to communicate with an Accessibility Advisor, please email accessibility@uregina.ca, we will do our best to respond in a timely manner.