General Computing Labs in Student Center Closed
Beginning Monday, October 10, 2022, the General Computer Labs in the Student Center (SC118 and SC119) will be closed. Beginning October 12, 2022, students without access to a computer to take a Respondus monitor test, may do so in the new Student Technology Suites, available in Ball Communications building, room BC 194.
Review the Helpdesk Knowledge Base to learn how to install Respondus Monitor on your computer so that you can take a Canvas Quiz/Test using your computer, in the location of your choice, at a time that works best for you.
For general computer use, students may use computers in Bracken Library for computing needs such as accessing webmail or web browsing.
The Accessible Technology Lab provides a variety of services to students, faculty, or staff requiring adaptive assistance. Whether you have visual, learning, or physical disabilities that prohibit you from accessing a computer or course materials, the Accessible Technology Lab has something for you. The Accessible Technology Lab provides a variety of resources to all members of the Ball State community, living with disabilities, to accomplish career objectives and coursework.
Our program meets the requirements of Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (The Americans with Disabilities Act) and is part of Ball State’s commitment to serving all Ball State faculty, staff and students with disabilities.
Students with disabilities may visit our lab in Robert Bell (RB) 168 or call 765-285-6124 to find the appropriate technical accommodations and resources available for them. The Accessible Technology Lab staff will assist students in reaching their academic goals while enhancing their learning experiences at Ball State.
Other Disability Services
The University also provides a full array of disability services available to all students, faculty, and staff. Please visit the Disability Services offices in the Student Center, Room 116, or the Disability Services website to find out more.