Disability Services

Welcome to Disability Services at Berklee.

On our pages, you will find a wealth of information about the following:

  • Students:

    • Procedures to arrange for your accommodations in the classroom, housing, and dietary environments
    • Forms to complete your registration with Disability Services and to request accommodations
    • Information about campus resources for access and equity
  • Faculty:
    • Responsibilities for implementing accommodations for students with disabilities
    • Information and resources related to designing an inclusive classroom for all students
  • Parents:
    • Procedures and responsibilities for students with disabilities
    • Roles of parents
    • Information about campus resources for access and equity

The mission of Disability Services at Berklee is to ensure access, create an equitable college experience, and promote inclusion for students with disabilities in all classes, programs, and activities on all Berklee campuses. Through collaboration and partnerships with students, faculty, and staff, Disability Services strives to lead in the creation of inclusive learning environments that are usable, equitable, and sustainable.

Disability Services is the office designated to determine and provide access for disabled students at all Berklee campuses. Disability Services ensures compliance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and the ADAA of 2008.


Disability and medical information is confidential and is shared only when disclosure is required by law or on a need-to-know basis. A release of information must be signed by a student to release any information from the student record.

A student may have access to review their student record at Disability Services at any time. Please schedule an appointment with the Disability Services staff to review your student record.