High Tech Center
What is the High Tech Center for Students with Disabilities?
The High Tech Center is a standard and assistive computer technology lab where students with disabilities can work independently or with trained consultants. The lab features individual and accessible computer work stations in a work-friendly environment. Our TRiO Student Support Services Program is also located in the High Tech Center.
High Tech Center Mission
At the High Tech Center for students with disabilities, we strive to create an encouraging, productive environment in which students with disabilities can learn and work. Our goal is to provide computer access to students with disabilities and assist in developing computer skills so that they are well-prepared for academic and professional endeavors.
Who is eligible to participate?
SDSU students who are registered with Student Disability Services (SDS) and have a verified disability are eligible to use the High Tech Center.
Standard Computer Technology Resources
The High Tech Center provides access to assistive technology as well as standard software such as Microsoft Suite 2003 (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, and Access) as well as internet access.
Assistive Technology and Alternate Media
The High Tech Center provides access to various assistive software and hardware technologies for qualified students.
See the full list of assistive technology resources.
To receive one-on-one training and learn more about alternate media or assistive technology, please contact Severino Reyes, Coordinator of Alternate Media and Assistive Technology, at 619-594-0219.
High Tech Center for Students with Disabilities
Student Disability Services
San Diego State University
5500 Campanile Drive
San Diego, CA 92182-4740
Telephone: (619) 594-5315
Fax: (619) 594-4314
Office Location: Love Library 205
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Project Staff/Contact Information
Coordinator, Alternate Media and Assistive Technology
Calpulli Center 3101