Mindful Transitions program registration

Program fees

The Mindful Transitions program is for students with a diagnosed and documented disability. There is no cost to attend the 1-day program, however there is a $50 fee to attend the two-day program.

Accepted payment types include cheque or money order payable to “Brock University” (we are not able to process credit card or debit payments.)

The payment must be received by July 31st, 2018. Payments made prior to the deadline are non-refundable after July 1st, 2018.

Mail your payment to:

Attn: Mary Ann Tierney
Brock University
Student Accessibility Services
1812 Sir Isaac Brock Way
St.Catharines, Ontario
L2S 3A1

Registration checklist

Each participant must have the following in order to register:

  • Contact information;
  • Brock student information;
  • Documentation confirming a disability.

Documentation guidelines

Please submit the following documentation:

  1. Current and appropriate documentation from a qualified medical practitioner confirming permanent disability and outlining functional limitations. Please see the documentation guidelines for detailed information on documentation requirements specific to your disability.
  2. Most recent IEP and/or IPRC when available.*

*Please note that an IEP or IPRC alone is not considered an acceptable form of documentation.
*If you do not have a recent IEP or IPRC, please provide a letter from your high school/college detailing the academic accommodations you have utilized, a description of your engagement with the resources and supports provided, and any other information you feel would be relevant for SAS.

Mindful Transitions registration

Step 1 of 5 - Contact and demographics

  • Select a program date * Required
  • Name * Required
  • Address * Required

Collection notice

Brock University protects your privacy and your personal information. The personal information requested on this form is collected under the authority of The Brock University Act, 1964, and in accordance with the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FIPPA) for the administration of the University and its programs and services. Direct any questions about this collection to Mary Ann Tierney, the Transition Coordinator in Student Accessibility Services (905-688-5550 extension 5357).