Society for Students with a Disability

University of Victoria
Student Union Building
Room B111

The Society for Students with a Disability (SSD) is a student advocacy group that promotes the full participation and inclusion of students who self-identify as having one or more disabilities at the University of Victoria. The SSD provides a welcoming, safe, and inclusive environment for all students identified with disabilities. The SSD aims to support students who self-identify as having one or more disabilities; particularly, we support students in reducing barriers in their social and emotional domains of student life.

As of COVID-19, we provide online and distanced supports for our members, such as online crafting afternoons, bimonthly foodbox delivery, and a social platform to engage with other members. If you’re interested in joining our community or finding out more about our social programs, check out our programs here.

Who is a Member of the SSD?

Anyone who:

  • Self-identifies as having one or more disabilities,
  • Is a current University of Victoria student with valid student ID,
  • Has proof of enrollment at the University of Victoria, and
  • Is in good standing with the University of Victoria UVSS or GSS

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