Do you need to request disability accommodations? The Office of Disability Resources and Services works collaboratively with students with disabilities and students who may have disabilities to eliminate barriers to learning and living in the Bethel community.
If you have a documented disability or believe that you do come and meet with a Disability Specialist so that we can help identify accommodations or supports that may be beneficial to your success here at Bethel.
Get in touch with the Office of Disability Resources and Services to request accommodations and support if you have a documented disability or suspect that you do.
A reasonable accommodation is simply a modification or adjustment to a course, program, or activity that provides a person who has a disability with an equal opportunity. Reasonable accommodations should not fundamentally alter courses, programs, or activities.
Do you believe you may have a disability? Find resources here for testing as well as information on necessary documentation in order to receive accommodations.
Use the following tips to help you be successful in the classroom and with your coursework. These principles will increase your chances of success.
The following organizations offer helpful information and learning tips about specific disabilities.
DAG is group of students with and without disabilities who are passionate about disability advocacy and reconciliation.
Students with any type of disability can apply.
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