Maps and Transportation

McMaster Accessibility Maps

This section of the website contains maps and transit information to help make your campus experience as accessible as possible. Please refer to the links below for more parking and transit information.

Accessible Building Maps

This map provides you with floor maps for a number of campus buildings. Each floor can be highlighted by facility; for example, accessible washrooms, elevator or lift access, hallway paths and more.

Accessible Parking at McMaster 

Parking Services provides accessible parking permits for individuals with a Ministry of Transportation Parking Permit or for those who require accessible parking on a temporary basis.

General Campus Map

All-Genders Washrooms Brochure

The Equity and Inclusion Office is working to make McMaster University more inclusive for staff, students and faculty who identify as transgender, gender non-binary and two-spirit. The guide below details what all-genders washrooms are, why they are essential to an equitable university environment, and where to find all of the current all-genders washrooms at McMaster.

All-Genders Washroom Brochure

Public Transportation

There are many accessible transportation options available for getting to the McMaster campus:

For directions to campus and general transit information, please see the How to get to McMaster website. Once on campus, accessible parking options are available.

You can find information about accessible public transit options from:

Documents

McMaster Accessibility Council Terms of Reference

All-Genders Washrooms Brochure

The guide below details what all-genders washrooms are, why they are essential to an equitable university environment, and where to find all of the current all-genders washrooms at McMaster

Accessible Social Media

Check out this excellent McMaster resource for creating accessible social media for Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, and more!

How to Register for FLEX Forward Accessible Education Training

The training consists of three steps that you will need to complete: Registering in Mosaic; reading the FLEX Forward e-book; and completing the end quiz on Avenue to Learn.

Making Your Talk Accessible

This information paper describes some common inaccessible practices for giving presentations at conferences or in the classroom and how to address and remove common presentation barriers

Enhancing the Accessibility of Technology in the Classroom

This downloadable handout will provide you with basic steps, instructions and resources to enhancing the accessibility of technology commonly used in the classroom.

Service Disruption Template

Use this template to report a service disruption and to notify campus and community members that a service or facility is temporarily unavailable.

Accessibility Checklist

The Accessibility Checklist is designed to help event organizers plan accessible events. For further information, contact  access@mcmaster.ca or 905-525-9140 ext. 24644

McMaster University Accessibility Plan 2012-2025

This plan outlines McMaster University's accessibility-related accomplishments and identifies additional steps required to ensure that McMaster University is a fully accessible campus by the year 2025.