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Disability Access: AMAC

What is AMAC?

Alternative Access Media Center helps post-secondary disability services offices provide complete, timely, efficient accommodations to print-disabled students so they can be more independent and productive in their academic environments.  They provide electronic text books, braille text books and tests, and software to students who qualify for these accommodations.

Student Resources

The Member Resources page provides students with information on the Student Download Center, software, and mobile devices. These training videos and information should answer any questions if you are eligible for these services.

How do I order my books?

Students who are eligible for AMAC get there books ordered through Disability Access. Please print, complete, and submit the following form in person or via email.

Disability Access

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Andrea Roberson
Contact:
Associate Director of Disability Support and Student Access Services
Pope Student Center, upper level
706-272-2524

Summer Office Hours:
Monday-Thursday
7:00am-5:30pm