Baccalaureate Disability Information

Find answers to frequently asked questions about accommodations for persons with disabilities at Duke’s Baccalaureate Services.

The Bryan Center Parking Garage (PGIV) will be reserved for those with mobility impairments.

Yes. Guests with mobility issues may be dropped off at either the Bryan Center Parking Circle or the Chapel Quad Circle. You may see a visual of those accessible drop-off areas here (PDF).

The easiest paths to both Page Auditorium and Duke Chapel are the accessible pedestrian pathways from the Bryan Center Parking Circle, Bryan Center Parking Garage (PGIV), and the Chapel Quad Circle. A map depicting the pathways is available here.

Both Page Auditorium and Duke Chapel are accessible for guests needing wheelchair assistance. Due to the limited availability of seating in the Chapel as well as to the fact that guests must wait in line to enter, guests may prefer to skip the line and view the baccalaureate services in the air conditioned Page Auditorium.

Assisted listening devices will be available at the sound console located in the back of the Chapel. You may request one there or find a staff member to help assist you.

There will be an ASL interpreter at each service that will be visible at the front of the Chapel. This will also be shown in the simulcast to Page Auditorium.