Accessibility for Library Users

It is the commitment of Seneca Libraries to make every reasonable effort to facilitate use of the collections and services by all library users.

Accessible Services

Assistance is available from library staff for:

Accessible Library Materials

Seneca Libraries has a range of accessible library collections that are available for loan, including:

Please contact us by email, phone or in writing if you would like to request an accessible document created by Seneca Libraries.

Accessible Facilities

Adaptive Technology

To learn more about adaptive technology services or how to obtain alternative formats of print material required for course work please contact Counselling and Accessibility Services.

For a list of accessible technology software available on student computers, contact the ITS Service Desk.

Emergency Evacuation Procedures

All building evacuations will occur when an alarm sounds and/or upon notification by Security, an Emergency Response Team member, an emergency response personnel, a campus safety designate and/or a fire warden. Refuge Sites, identified by a red sign that says refuge site, have been established for those requiring assistance in the event of a building evacuation.

refuge site sign

For the most up-to-date information, please refer to Seneca College’s Evacuation Procedures at:

Contact Information

Seneca College Accessibility Policy

For further information about our Accessibility Policy please refer to¬†Seneca College’s Accessibility Policy.

Other Services on Campus

CNIB Library Partners Program

CNIB Library offers people with print disabilities (visual, physical or learning) access to CNIB resources free-of-charge. Of particular interest to the Seneca community is the new career and job hunting resources available through the CNIB Library in audio and braille. This collection includes popular titles such as:

You can browse thousands of titles, available for download or home delivery, on the CNIB Library website at

To sign up for this service, please visit the CNIB Library website at

For more information, you can send an email to or call 1-800-563-2642 x7055.