If you have a documented disability and require accommodations, please contact the instructor at the beginning of the semester to make arrangements for necessary classroom adjustments.This policy describes the roles of various units and individuals at the University of California, Berkeley in ensuring that students with disabilities receive appropriate accommodations in their instructional activities, as mandated by Federal and State law and by University policy. University of California policies are presented in the University of California Guidelines Applying to Nondiscrimination on the Basis of Handicap, which appear as Section 140 of the University's Policies Applying to Campus Activities, Organizations, and Students.It’s also objectively, indisputably wrong on a logical level — because receiving credits for a class signifies that you have learned enough about the subject matter to earn those credits, and no student in an introductory Bible course could meet that qualification without having learned about the crucifixion. If you really, truly, cannot stomach learning about the crucifixion, then that’s fine.
You can find out about these services through the college’s Web site, student orientations and asking staff while you visit campus.The Policy Board is comprised of at least six members: The Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost is the senior administrative officer responsible for campus policies affecting persons with disabilities.With the advice of the Assistant Provost of Academic Compliance & Disability Standards and the Academic Accommodations Policy Board, the Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost ensures that these policies are both educationally sound and responsive to the needs of students with disabilities.It is important to learn about what services are available to you and how to access them.Student Accessibility Services (SAS), headed by the SAS Disability Coordinator, is in the Academic Success Center, lower level of the Campus Center (ph. The SAS Office accepts documentation presented by students to validate a disability under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act.
Academic requirements that are justifiably essential to a student's program of instruction are not considered discriminatory.