Director of Accessibility Services
44 Rifle Camp Road
Woodland Park, NJ 07424
212-986-4343 x 4211
Coordinator of Accessibility Services
3 East 43rd Street
New York, NY 10017
212-986-4343 x 3168
Each individual campus also has an Accessibility Services representative via the Personal Counseling Office. Contact information for the College Personal Counselors can be found on the Berkeley College Health and Wellness website. Select “Contact Information” from the drop-down menu.
You may be eligible for accommodations if you have any documented learning issues or have chronic/episodic medical, psychological, physical, or sensory conditions.
You will need to provide recent medical documentation, IEP, or neuropsychological evaluation that describes how your condition impacts your learning and what measures remove the barriers created by your condition(s).
Here are some examples:
If you are unsure at all, please feel free to reach out to the Accessibility Services/ Counseling staff.
To receive accommodations for a disability, please follow the instructions below. You may speak with the specific campus ADA/Section 504 Coordinators: [NJ and online students] Sandra Coppola, Ph.D., 973-826-5598 or Sandra-Coppola@BerkeleyCollege.edu; [NY students] Vincent Mas, 914-377-5545 or Vincent-Mas@BerkeleyCollege.edu. You may also speak with the personal counselor at your campus. Accommodations often take 3-4 weeks to implement. They are not retroactive, meaning they do not enable you to make up class work that you have missed. Therefore, it is often easiest to apply and have them in place so that you can utilize them if/when needed.