Resources for Students
Advancing the mission of Berklee by empowering students with disabilities, ensuring their access to all educational environments and engendering a community of equity, innovation, and inclusion.
How can I get accommodations for my class(es), housing, or dining?
The best way to request accommodations is to register with Accessibility Resources for Students and schedule a welcome meeting.
Can I take my test somewhere other than the classroom?
Students with approved exam accommodations have access to the Accessibility Resources Testing Center. Be sure to speak with your access advisor about using this space.
Is there coaching available for students with disabilities?
Yes, students who are registered with Accessibility Resources for Students can request to meet with an academic coach. In this type of coaching, the student and the coach work together to identify areas of growth as well as strategies that may increase success in the classroom and beyond.
My accommodations are not being honored. How can I report this?
Complete the Accessibility Concerns Notification Form to file a grievance. This submission will be shared with the Director of Accessibility Resources for Students, who is also Berklee's 504 coordinator. Read more about the grievance procedure for students with disabilities.
I am a summer program student. Can I get accommodations?
Students enrolled in a summer-only program can request academic, housing, and dietary accommodations. Learn more here.