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Centennial is committed to providing the best possible education for all our students. This includes meeting the needs of students with disabilities who may require adjustments or accommodations for their success.  If you have a documented learning disability, medical or mental health condition, physical, visual, hearing or mobility impairment, please let us know by selecting this button. Applicants should contact the Centre for Students with Disabilities. 

Any individual can self identify as an Aboriginal person if they believe they are related to, or descended from, the Original peoples of Canada.   Centennial College uses the term Aboriginal in reference to both the legal definition provided in Section 35(2) of the Canadian Constitution, which defines Aboriginal peoples as Indian (First Nation), Métis, or Inuit, and in the spirit of this definition, to include any individual who has ancestry to, or is descended from, the Original peoples of Canada. 

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