The University of California - Berkeley provides reasonable accommodations to students with disabilities through the Disabled Students’ Program (https://dsp.berkeley.edu). For more information regarding these services, please contact the staff in the Disabled Students’ Program via telephone at (510) 642-0518, visit in person at 260 Cesar Chavez Student Center, or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are registered with the Disabled Students Program and are entitled to any accommodations, please contact staff at your earliest convenience.
In compliance with California Education Code, Section 92640(a), it is the official policy of the University of California at Berkeley to permit any student to undergo a test or examination, without penalty, at a time when that activity would not violate the student’s religious creed, unless administering the examination at an alternative time would impose an undue hardship which could not reasonably have been avoided. Requests to accommodate a student’s religious creed by scheduling tests or examinations at alternative times shall be submitted directly to the faculty member responsible for administering the examination. Reasonable common sense, judgment and the pursuit of mutual goodwill should result in the positive resolution of scheduling conflicts. The regular campus appeals process applies if a mutually satisfactory arrangement cannot be achieved. (See https://sa.berkeley.edu/uga/religion for detailed information).
Please contact staff at your earliest convenience if you believe EDC 92640(a) may apply to you.
As UC employees, all course instructors and tutors are Responsible Employees and are therefore required to report incidents of sexual violence, sexual harassment or other conduct prohibited by university policy to the Title IX officer. We cannot keep reports of sexual harassment or sexual violence confidential, but the Title IX officer will consider requests for confidentiality.
There are Confidential Resources available to you, including the PATH to Care Center (http://sa.berkeley.edu/dean/confidential-care-advocate), which serves survivors of sexual violence and sexual harassment.