Assistive technology rooms are rooms with assistive technology designed to assist students with disabilities. The rooms are locked and reserved for the exclusive use of students registered with the Disability Resource Center (DRC). Students registered through the DRC will be given a laminated card to present to Circulation staff for access to the rooms.
Students can register with the DRC by contacting the following:
Disability Resource Center
Mary Stuart Rogers Hall 210
Use of Assistive Technology Rooms
The L210F and L210G rooms are assistive technology rooms located in designated quiet study areas. Students must adhere to the following usage guidelines and maximum occupancy limits.
Maximum occupancy: 4 persons
Rooms are utilized on a first come, first served basis.
The library is not responsible for security of personal items. Any items left unattended in a study room may be removed by library or university staff and placed in the library lost and found.
Occupants of study rooms are asked to dispose of food items and packaging, bottles, cans and other trash by placing those items in designated trash containers.
Windows may not be covered at any time.
All persons in the library are expected to abide by library policies and by the CSU Stanislaus Student Code of Conduct. Persons in violation of library policy or the Code of Conduct may be asked to leave the library.