Baker College recognizes that qualified students with a diagnosed disability are entitled to equal educational access.
Baker College complies with the spirit and requirements of Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 as amended, and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA), as amended by the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act of 2008 (ADA-AA), as they apply to persons with disabilities who are otherwise qualified in the following ways: all new facilities are barrier free; programs, classes, and activities in existing facilities are made accessible to persons with disabilities; reasonable and appropriate adjustments and accommodations are made to ensure full educational opportunity for students with disabilities; and auxiliary aids and services, when necessary, are provided in a timely manner to afford an individual with a disability an equal opportunity to effectively participate in, and enjoy the benefits of, a service, program, course, employment, or extracurricular activities, including field trips, conducted by the College.
Baker College has designated Disability Services Specialists who work with students and faculty to provide reasonable and appropriate accommodations.
Disability Services Process
To request accommodations students will complete the following steps:
- Consult with the Disability Services Specialist.
- Submit the Disability Services Request Form.
- Submit current and comprehensive disability documentation.
To officially identify as a student with a disability and request accommodations, please contact a Disability Services Specialist at [email protected].
Guidelines / Procedures
Information provided to the Disability Services Specialist is confidential documentation and evaluation information will not be released without the signed consent of the student.
Disability Services Specialist Contact Information
Carol Boyer, MA, LPC
Carol earned a Bachelor degree in Exercise Science with a focus on cardiac rehabilitation from California State University, Los Angeles. After working a number of years in cardiac rehab, wellness and childbirth education, Carol earned a Masters degree in Counseling putting it to use in mental health counseling and disability services. Working to provide equal access for students with disabilities has been a very rewarding part of her career path. Carol is committed to creating an atmosphere of inclusion that sees disability as a form of diversity that contributes to making Baker College a broader, richer community which in turn enriches the greater community of which it is a part.