Answered By: Matt LaBrake
Last Updated: Sep 09, 2018     Views: 21

Online and On-site students at Berkeley College are eligible for reasonable accommodations and support services based on individual needs and the disability documentation provided by the student.

Accommodations are approved by the ADA Coordinator/ Personal Counselor, in collaboration with you, based on your documented disability.

If you have questions or concerns about obtaining documentation for a disability, please contact your campus ADA Coordinator/ Personal Counselor.

Campus ADA Coordinators/ Personal Counselors:

Location ADA Coordinator/ Personal Counselor Contact
Brooklyn & NYC Alexandra Sabal Farah, MHC 212-986-4343 x4263
New York City Sarah Nickerson, LMHC 212-986-4343 x4217
Newark Amanda Frey, LCSW 973-642-3888 x6183
Online Katherine Wu, Ed.M., LPC, LMHC 973-405-2111 x1394
Paramus Santa Rock, M.A., LPC 201-967-9667 x6402
White Plains Chelsea Trump, M.A., LAC, NCC 914-694-1122 x3309
Woodbridge Greg Ieraci, M.A., M.Ed., LPC, NCC, CCMHC 732-750-1800 x2331
Woodland Park Dr. Sandra Coppola 973-278-5400 x1320
Woodland Park Sheri Burkat, LCSW 973-278-5400 x1321


To Register:

  1. Schedule an appointment with one of the ADA Coordinators/ Personal Counselors
  2. Complete an Application for Disability Services and Accommodations with the ADA Coordinator/ Personal Counselor. The Application can be found on Berkeley College's website for Disability Services
  3. Provide current (within 3 years) documentation of a diagnosis from a licensed professional, along with that professional's recommendations for appropriate accommodations to the ADA Coordinator/ Personal Counselor. Documentation must include:
    • Diagnosis of the disability
    • The severity of the diagnosis
    • Functional limitations of the disability
    • Treatments provided for the disability
    • Recommendations for successful learning
    • Must have accommodations

Please see the attached PDF for more information on Disability Services and accommodations.


Berkeley College maintains the confidentiality of all student disability-related records. No record of Disability Services or academic accommodations are contained in any academic file or job placement file.

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