The Society for Students with a Disability (SSD) is a post-secondary student advocacy group under the University of Victoria Students’ Union which promotes the full participation and inclusion of students who self-identify as having one or more disabilities at the University of Victoria. The SSD aims to support students who self-identify as having one or more disabilities; in particular, we support students to reduce barriers in the social, emotional, and educational domains of student life.

If you’re interested in joining our community or finding out more about our social programs, check out the Services We Provide.

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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