How do I get in to Mullen Library if I can not use the stairs in front?
Mullen library has a rear accessible entrance that is locked for security purposes. In order to gain access,students must be registered with DSS request a letter from DSS for this purpose.
What services does Mullen Library provide people with disabilities?
The Catholic University of America Libraries system is committed to providing CUA students with equal access to its resources. To reach this goal, the libraries provide appropriate accommodations to Catholic University students with disabilities. Click her for more information on services provided to persons with disabilities.
Students with disabilities needing assistance at the library will need to schedule a library consultation in advance so that they can determine the appropriate services to be provided. To register, go to http://libraries.cua.edu/form/contact.cfm or call202-319-5070. We recommend scheduling this consultation early in the semester if possible.
What assistive technology is available in Mullen Library?
Mullen Library provides assistive technology in order to provide equal access to information for any student with a documented disability.
- Students who wish to use these technologies must have a valid account through the Center for Planning and Information Technology, which provides the user name and password necessary to log in to the workstation. For more information, contact CPIT at 202-319-4357 or consult their website [http://computing.cua.edu/].
- Equipment and software malfunctions should be reported to CPIT.
- Information about places in the area which provide training in assistive technology is available in the Disability Resource Guide on the Disability Support Services (DSS) website (http://disabilityservices.cua.edu/). Questions related to this list may be directed to DSS, which is located in Room 207 of the Pryzbyla Center (202-319-5211 or 202-299-2899 (TTY)).
For a complete list of all software and hardware that is available at Mullen Library, click here