Alternative Formats


The Center for Accessible Technology (CAT) produces alternative formats for curriculum requirements only and formats are determined by individual student need and the ability to provide the curriculum material in the desired format. Possible alternative media formats include Braille, e-text (electronic text), and large print. 

Students prescribed alternative formats must meet with the CAT's Alternative Media Coordinator to discuss and determine appropriate format and receive training on the prescribed assistive technology.

Students utilizing CAT's alternative formats services can view FAQ for steps on requesting and using alternative formats. Students can visit the AEC's E-Agreements to view CAT Alternative Format Contract.