The Alternate Format Production and Access Center (AFPAC) is located in the office of Disability Services and serves two main functions:
1. A production facility for the creation of alternate format class materials (textbooks, articles, class documents etc.) for students who receive an alternate format accommodation. Students must be registered with Disability Services, and approved to receive this accommodation in order to take advantage of this service.
2. A student-use computer lab available for students registered with Disability Services to utilize during the department’s regular business hours of 8 AM to 5 PM. Students registered with our office have access to this lab for printing and using computers, etc. Equipment available includes computers with adaptive software (i.e. JAWS, NVDA, WindowEyes), as well as a standard black and white laser printer available for small print jobs.