What is the AODA?

The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) is a piece of legislation in the Province of Ontario aimed at making the places you work, live and learn as accessible as possible.

Several standards assist in fulfilling this goal: the Customer Service Standard and the various standards within the Integrated Accessibility Standards Regulation. Below you will find tip sheets, training modules, resources, relevant policies and our building access notices.

The AODA Training has moved to Quercus! For further information, visit our Training, Service & Events webpage below.

AODA at U of T: Buildings and Campuses

Buildings & Campuses

AODA at U of T: Teaching

Teaching & Educational Resources

AODA at U of T: Service Animals and Support Persons

Service Animals & Support Persons

AODA at U of T: Employment

Employment Accomodation, Recruitment & Policies

AODA at U of T: Accessibility Concerns

Having Trouble Accessing Services at the University?

AODA at U of T: Training, service & events

Online Training & Other Resources

AODA at U of T: Accessible Communications Resources

Creating Accessible Communications

AODA at U of T: The Law

AODA, the Ontario Human Rights Code & UofT Policies