We believe in our students. We believe in their unique potential and provide the kind of Christian learning experience that will help them shine. A big part of this involves providing a wide range of services and accommodations that will meet the distinct needs of each student seeking that support.
We help students realize their potential by forming a direct link between them and our Academic Support and Disability Services Office. We’ll help them discover what services they may be eligible for, register with our Student Success Center, apply for disability services and complete other additional paperwork necessary to move ahead with the support they need.
The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 offers protection from discrimination on the basis of disability. It also promises reasonable modifications in policies, practices or procedures when the modifications are necessary to avoid discrimination on the basis of disability.
If you have food allergies or have special dietary concerns, we’ve got you covered. In collaboration with PBA’s dining services, we will provide the accommodations you need. Just be sure to contact the Academic Support and Disability Services Office early so we can guide you through the process and get the supporting documentation completed.
Check out our Disability Services Guidebook to discover accommodations you may be eligible to receive.
Use the Student Access Plan Information Guide so you can register with our Disability Services.
Complete your Application for Disability Services at the beginning of your first semester at PBA.
Complete the Authorized Release Form so we have permission to release your information to the appropriate PBA faculty and officials.
Complete your Confidentiality Information Form to ensure the confidential handling of all sensitive documents.
Learn the difference between high-school and college accommodations
“PBA’s Office of Disability Services has been a tremendous blessing as I pursue the career I believe God has called me to. I have not been treated as just another case… Instead I’ve been treated with compassion and concern for the uniqueness of my situation and individual needs while still ensuring that all my necessary accommodations are being met.” Jennifer Harman,
alum, master's degree in Mental Health Counseling