***This event is taking place on the unceded territories of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish) and sel̓íl̓witulh (Tsleil-Waututh) nations.***
Wed, Jan 20, 2016
Accessibility Information for MBC 2290
Wheelchairs & Scooters
The Maggie Benson Center is wheelchair and scooter accessible.
There are wheelchair accessible washrooms in the vicinity. We also have single/multi stall washrooms in the vicinity can be used as gender neutral washrooms.
Tree Nuts & Peanuts
We do not yet have a policy on tree nuts and peanuts, however, I ask folks to refrain from bringing tree nuts (including coconuts) and peanuts into the space to make it more accessible for folks with anaphylactic peanut and/or tree nut allergies. Note: There is a small amount of peanut butter currently in our space. We are looking to change that soon so that our space will become accessible to folks with anaphylactic peanut allergies.
OOC Scent Free Policy
We want to keep Out on Campus events as safe and accessible as possible for everyone. For this reason, please refrain from using scented products when you visit OOC. We have a small amount of scent free liquid soap. laundry detergent, baking soda and vinegar available for folks to take home. Here are some good resources: Think Before You Stink & Fragrance Free Femme of Color Realness.
ASL & FM Tuners
We are able to offer ASL and/or FM tuners for our workshops if they are requested by the deadline.
The room we have booked offers plastic and metal armless chairs.
This room has a mix of overhead fluorescent and non-fluorescent lights installed. Our lighting depends on the needs of folks using the space.
This room is within range of the SFU wifi networks. There will be a laptop and projector being used by the facilitator.
This event is free.
Let us know if we can meet your access need better.