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Disability Services

Our Mission

The Office of Disability Services provides equal educational opportunities for all full and part-time students with diagnosed disabilities through an accessible, equitable and inclusive learning environment. In addition to equal access, our accommodations and services are designed to promote individual growth and self-advocacy for students with all types of disabilities, including (but not limited to):

  • Learning disabilities
  • Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
  • Psychiatric/psychological disabilities
  • Physical disabilities (hearing, vision)
  • Mobility/orthopedic disabilities
  • Systemic disorders and medical conditions
  • Temporary disabilities

Stephanie S. Brodeur, CRC, LRC

Steph Bohler, M. Ed
Assistant Director

l: Jennison 336 | t: 781.891.2004

How Accessible is Bentley?

Learn more about parking, ramps, and restroom access

Grounds and Facilities
  • Key buildings on the upper campus are located near parking lots with accessible spaces for individuals with disabilities
  • All academic buildings have wheelchair accessible entrances, accessible restroom facilities, and elevators
  • Directional information in many of the buildings and on all public elevators is provided in Braille
  • Major walkways and road crossings have curb cuts

We work closely with the Residential Center to arrange suitable on-campus housing accommodations for students registered with our office. These accommodations may include, but are not limited to, single bedrooms and/or wheelchair accessible bedrooms/bathrooms.

Athletic Facilities

The Dana Center is mostly wheelchair accessible and open daily! Current Bentley students can take advantage of the following:

  • Indoor track
  • Basketball, volleyball, and handball courts
  • Batting and golf cages
  • Cycling machines
  • Weight machines and free weights
  • Indoor pool
  • Gendered saunas, steam baths and locker rooms