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Our Commitment

Our Commitment


Centennial College is dedicated to providing inclusive environments that are accessible and welcoming places for all students, employees and visitors. We recognize the need to provide our employees with an environment respectful of the dignity, independence, integration and equality of opportunity of people with disabilities. Accessibility contributes to creating an inclusive organization for everyone. We continue to identify, remove and prevent barriers to accessibility and full participation. An inclusive organization benefits everyone.

This site will provide you with a wealth of information about how Centennial supports our students, employees and community. Visitors and members of the public are also welcome to use this site to access our corporate accessibility and AODA information.

Accessibility Committee

The Accessibility Committee meets monthly to discuss issues related to accessibility and to ensure compliance with the AODA through communication and training. The committee is comprised of members from the following areas: CSD (Centre for Students with Disabilities), Facilities, Marketing, IT, Finance, Library, Human Resources, Faculty, Support Staff, CCSA (Centennial College Student Association).


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At Centennial College, we have made accessibility a top priority as we want to ensure that we have an inclusive environment for our students, staff, faculty and visitors. We always remain open to your comments, suggestions, improvements and feedback. Please note your contact information are not mandatory requirements to submit the form, but you are invited to provide your contact information if you would like a response to your inquiry.

Centennial College is committed to eliminating barriers and improving accessibility for persons with disabilities in a manner that respects dignity, independence, integration and equality of opportunity. As required by Ontario Regulation 191/11 made under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA), 2005, Centennial College will incorporate accessibility criteria and features when procuring goods, services and facilities, except where it is not practicable to do so. Further information about Centennial College is available on the College’s website at

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