Disability Services for Computer Labs and Electronic Classrooms

Students with Hearing, Visual or Learning, Mobility or R.S.I. Disabilities

CUIT provides assistive listening devices in many electronic classrooms, and can lend out amplifications systems to students on a semesterly basis. On public access workstations, CUIT also provides accessibility options for visually or learning disabled students, including magnification and options to supplement computer auditory feedback with visual feedback.

The following computing facilities are equipped with adjustable height furniture, providing accessibility to students with different needs including those who use wheelchairs or have repetitive stress injury (RSI).

  • Engineering Terrace, Room 251
  • Lerner 200 Level
  • Lerner 300 Level
  • Schermerhorn Extension, Room 558

After the initial registration with the Office of Disabilities Services, requests for specific kinds of software or equipment that are not already installed may take a minimum of two weeks to acquire.