Brookdale Community College is dedicated to the equality of educational opportunity and it is strongly committed to the creation of a campus environment that is free of discrimination and bias in matters affecting people with disabilities. The Disability Services Office, in compliance with federal and state laws, ensures that no qualified student with a disability be excluded from participation in or be denied the benefits of services, programs or activities of Brookdale Community College.
The College offers individualized and reasonable accommodations and/or services to persons with disabilities necessary for ensuring complete access to and full participation in the educational process. Reasonable accommodations are not intended to require instructors to compromise academic standards when evaluating academic performance.
To qualify for reasonable accommodations and/or services, students with a disability must identify themselves, provide documentation of their disability and request appropriate services. Prior history of having received an accommodation does not, in and of itself, warrant or guarantee its continued provision. Please note, an Individual Education Plan or a 504 plan is not always sufficient documentation of a disability.
The Disability Services office is located in the Main Academic Complex, on the first floor in room MAC 111.
(732) 224-2730 (Voice)
(732) 842-4211 (TTY)
(732) 530-7417 (FAX)
Ernest Oversen, Director (732) 224-2729 email@example.com
Linda Barna, Senior Office Assistant (732) 224-2730 firstname.lastname@example.org
Clare Freeman, Learning Assistant (732) 224-2973 email@example.com
Brenda Spielzinger, Hourly Office Assistant (732) 224-2663 firstname.lastname@example.org