Assistive computer applications, adaptive work stations, and barille printing.
The Assistive Computing Resource Center provides assistive technology software and hardware to students, faculty, and staff on the CSUSB campus. Assistive technology (AT) helps individuals with disabilities overcome certain obstacles that may inhibit equal access to information and resources.
ACRC staff provide AT evaluations, training, technical support and technology workshops to help individuals with disabilities maintain a competitive edge in their schooling and daily lives.
Students that have a verified disability are eligible to use ACRC's lab on a walk-in basis. Verified disability means that you have enrolled to receive SSD (Services to Students' with Disabilities) accommodations.