NBCC is for everyone. Our goal is to make sure that each student, regardless of ability, has the opportunity to access appropriate and viable training opportunities.
Our campuses are equipped with the latest assistive technology. Wherever possible, we make every effort to be a fully-accessible institution. We can accommodate those with mobility impairments, learning disabilities, psychiatric disabilities, those who are blind and/or deaf and other disabilities.
If you have a disability you feel may create a barrier to achieving your potential, we encourage you to share your experiences with us before you arrive so we can work to respond to your specific needs. We’ll also make sure you have access to Student Services professionals who can help you achieve your academic potential.Self-identification
Please make us aware of your disability-related needs as soon as possible by completing our form (pdf) or by contacting the College Admissions Service at 1-888-796-NBCC. Your information will be confidential in accordance with the New Brunswick Protection of Personal Information Act (pdf).
The College Admissions Service will communicate with your campus in order to set up reasonable and appropriate academic and service accommodations. It is important that you disclose your disability-related needs before registration, so NBCC can help you achieve the skills you need, barrier-free, in a timely manner. For additional information, contact the Central Admissions Service or the Student Success Centre at the NBCC campus of your choice.
Barrier-free accessOur objective is to provide barrier-free access to all required areas and services. The support services we offer may vary from one location to another depending on the identified need and availability of resources.
make the decision to enrol at NBCC, we want to ensure you have
barrier-free access to, not only support services within NBCC, but also
to resources available beyond the college. Disability Awards
an organization that advocates for increased accessibility, equal
access and the successful transition from high school to college through
a number of scholarships and awards.