Recording a Classroom Lecture and Discussion

Students are not permitted to record classroom lectures or discussions without written authorization from the designated Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)/Section 504 Coordinator. Violation of the policy may result in disciplinary action, which could include the suspension or dismissal of the student from the College. The designated ADA/Section 504 Coordinator may authorize recording of classroom lectures or discussions only, and to the extent reasonably necessary, to effect a reasonable accommodation to a student’s documented disability. Once a recording accommodation has been granted to a student, both the student and the ADA/504 Coordinator shall execute an Audio Recording Accommodation Agreement. For information regarding how to request a reasonable accommodation of a disability, please see the Disability Services Accommodations Policy for Students.

For questions regarding implementation of disability services offered at Berkeley College, contact Katherine Wu, Director, Disability Services, at 212-986-4343 ext. 4211 or

Individual requests for accommodations may be referred to the ADA/Section.

504 Coordinators:

NJ and Online students
Sandra Coppola
973-278-5400 ext. 1320

In addition, each individual campus has a Disability Services representative via the Personal Counseling Office. These Personal Counselors work with the ADA/Section 504 Coordinators for the purpose of reasonably accommodating students with disabilities. A student seeking accommodations must schedule an appointment with either the above-stated ADA/504 Coordinators, or a campus Personal Counselor, in order to submit an Application for Disability Services and Accommodations and to confirm requested accommodations. Contact information for the College Personal Counselors can be found on the College Health and Wellness website.