Meighen Centre and Wellness Centre staff are currently working virtually.

These measures are being taken to protect the health and safety of our students, faculty, and staff. We are checking our emails frequently and want to continue to support you.

Staff are able to reach you by phone, video chat, or email:

  • For Meighen Centre specific inquires, email accessibility@mta.ca
  • For health inquires, email health@mta.ca
  • For counselling and mental health support, email wellness@mta.ca
  • If you think you have symptoms of COVID-19, call 811
  • If this is an emergency, call 911
  Meighen Centre staff are available to meet with students virtually over videoconference (e.g., Microsoft Teams) or by phone during university hours to discuss their needs. If deemed necessary, an in-person appt will be booked following a virtual meeting.  

  Already registered with the Meighen Centre?  book an appointment online through the Accommodate software system (https://mta-accommodate.symplicity.com/students/). Please see the tutorial for booking appointments here:https://youtu.be/QZs5gfP856s  

 

  New to the Meighen Centre and requesting information or an appt? please email   accessibility@mta.ca 


  Mount Allison’s award-winning Meighen Centre serves Mount Allison students with disabilities.

The Centre is nationally recognized for its work with students who have learning disabilities and has recently expanded to include services for students with all types of disabilities.

In addition to providing services to students, the Centre works to help those outside the Mount Allison community better understand disabilities and runs a research program to study disabilities, particularly those affecting young adults.

Mount Allison was one of the first universities in Canada to establish a centre specifically for students with learning disabilities. The Meighen Centre has since cemented its reputation as one of the country’s leading support and research facilities in this field.

It now will have the opportunity to extend that expertise to students on campus with other types of disabilities.