Assistive Technology

Assistive Technology

Welcome to the Assistive Technology Lab.  This lab is made available for students in part due to a generous gift provided by Dona and Floyd Hildebrand.

We offer a variety of technology and training to help students gain access to classwork and other UCCS programs.  Students registered with the Disability Services office are welcome to set an appointment with the Assistive Technology Specialist to learn what technology is available for their particular needs.  Appointments are made via the Accommodate system. 

What We Offer

  1. Book Conversions

    Students needing audio, digital or print books that are not available in the open market can request books in their required format from the Assistive Technology Specialist. Students must have a reading accommodation via the Disability Services office. See the Reading Accommodations page for more options.

  2. Assistive Technology Loans

    Equipment and Software is available for loan with a related accommodation.  Ergonomic keyboards, note-taking software and amplification systems are some of the many tools we offer to students free of charge during their years at UCCS.  

  3. Training Sessions

    Students are welcome to request training in specific assistive technology, universal design, accessibility remediation and related topics.  Contact the Assistive Technology Specialist for details. See the Student Training and Faculty/Staff Resources pages for more information. 

  4. A Quiet Place to Study

    The Assistive Technology Lab offers a quieter room with height-adjustable desks, lamps, whiteboards, and Windows computers. This area of the library is great for those who want to get work done with limited external distractions.  Specialized software is loaded on several of the computers in the lab.  Please ask the Assistive Technology Specialist of any specialized technology you may need. 

    The AT lab is sometimes used for overflow testing accommodations during finals week and may not be available during those times.



The Assistive Technology lab is available during library hours.  During midterm and final exam weeks we may be using the lab for an alternative testing room so please prepare for potential closures during those times.   If you have questions, contact

Location and Hours

The Assistive Technology Lab, EPC238 is located in the Kraemer Family Library and is open to all students registered with Disability Services.  Hours are the same as the library hours.