The Center for Academic Success – Disability Services is located in the lower level of Miller-Moore Academic Center (room 033) on the Bethel University campus. We have a new accommodated testing/lab room to accommodate students with disabilities.
Hours: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday – Friday
Please call 574.807.7460 or email AcademicSuccess@BethelUniversity.edu to schedule your appointment. Bring documentation of your disability if you have it.
- Make a direct request for specific academic accommodations to ensure equal access.
- Discuss how your condition impacts you in class, on evaluations, assignments, time constraints and mobility issues.
- Significant Differences in Disability Services between High School and College (pdf or Word document).
Bethel University and the law
Individuals, including students enrolled at Bethel University, are afforded certain rights under Federal legislation. Specifically, individuals with disabilities are provided rights under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) and their appropriate amendments.
High school students
When at the college level, students with disabilities are entitled to support services. Students need to know enough about their disability to discuss it with the appropriate people. They must understand their rights and their strengths and weaknesses enough to know which accommodations to request. Students with disabilities need to be prepared for the independence and advocacy skills necessary for college life.
Guides to disability services
For information and policies about service animals and emotional support animals, please set up an appointment with the director of the Center for Academic Success by calling 574.807.7460.
The Center for Academic Success proctors quizzes and exams for students who have learning disabilities. Students must have their completed accommodations form on file with the CAS-Disabilities Services office to receive testing services.
You must make an appointment to take a test in the CAS. Please call 574.807.7460 to schedule your appointment. Students without an appointment will not be accommodated. Appointments must be made 24 hours prior to requested proctoring date.