Enabling Access to Excellence: The Disability Challenge
Technology Accessibility for People with Disabilities
City University of New York

Specialized CUNY Resources

All CUNY campuses have an office that provides special services to students with disabilities; they all have some level of assistive technology.  These offices often report to the Dean of Students.  In addition, many campuses are developing more comprehensive assistive technology centers, and some have had related programs for many years.

We are listing below the assistive technology centers, and those disability services programs that specialize in issues faced by specific populations.

1)   Baruch College
           Assistive Technology Services: http://www.scsu.baruch.cuny.edu/scsu/ossd/asstech.html   and
           Computer Center for Visually Impaired People (CCVIP): http://www.baruch.cuny.edu/ccvip
                   (note CCVIP's access technology resources: http://www.baruch.cuny.edu/ccvip/resources.html)

2)   City College

3)   Hunter College
           Access Center: http://www.hunter.cuny.edu/advancement/publicrelations/news/2001/AccessOpenHouse/accessopenhouse.html

4)   Kingsborough Community College

5)   LaGuardia Community College
           Program for Deaf Adults: http://www.lagcc.cuny.edu/pda/programsandservices.asp

6)   College of Staten Island
           Resource Center for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing:  http://www.csi.cuny.edu/disabilityservices/pg7.html

7)   Queens College
           CUNY Assistive Technology Services (CATS): http://www.qc.edu/Library/mdisabled.html and
           Morton Roberts Augmentative Communication Center: http://www.qc.edu/LCD/clinic/clinic.htm#anchor456404

8)   Queensborough Community College / Queens College Program for Homebound Students

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