Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary does not discriminate against applicants/students on the basis of personal disabilities. The Seminary, in voluntary compliance with the American Disabilities Act, will provide reasonable institutional accommodations, modifications and adjustments to enable and empower students with disabilities to participate in Seminary programs and activities to the fullest extent possible. However, Golden Gate cannot support accommodations that place undue hardship on the Seminary or its resources or which alter the essential requirements of curriculum and academic progress.
Persons admitted to the Seminary with qualified disabilities should consult with the Office of Enrollment Services and the Student Services Office immediately concerning any requested accommodations, modifications, and/or adjustments necessitated by their disability. Failure to provide timely notice could prevent the Seminary from efficiently managing accommodations prior to the beginning of class sessions. Any questions concerning Seminary policies on disability accommodations should be directed to the Dean of Students or the Regional Campus Director.