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Accessibility Survey

AMA – Customer Service Standard - University of Winnipeg Survey

The Accessibility for Manitobans Act, which became law in Manitoba in December 2013, applies to all public organisations that provide goods and services, including the University of Winnipeg. The goal of the Act is to make Manitoba more accessible for people disabled by barriers by 2020. Each organisation is required to create a plan to identify, prevent and remove barriers that limit full participation in society’s activities by people with disabilities.

This Survey collects feedback on five specific types of barriers that could be faced by individuals; for each question, a definition of the barrier is provided.

By participating in this survey you will assist the University to create an Accessibility Plan that will include strategies designed to remove barriers that people with disabilities may encounter when they are accessing goods and services from the University. Please review the types of barriers from the list below before responding to the survey questions.

Please click here to complete the survey

We welcome replies to the survey from all members of the University of Winnipeg Community. If for any reason, you should require the survey in an alternate format (hard copy, PDF version etc.), please feel free to email Hema Krueger Vyas: h.kruegervyas@uwinnipeg.ca or telephone 204-789-4288.

You can also provide your feedback via email, mail, telephone, in person, or by any other method accessible to you. The Human Rights and Diversity Office can be contacted at (204) 988-7508 or hrdo@uwinnipeg.ca. Written comments can be mailed to the HRDO, 515 Portage Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3B 2E9, or dropped off to the HRDO by appointment. All information provided will be kept confidential.