Accessible Technology Program

The Accessible Instructional Materials (AIM) Center is now named as The Bob Murphy Access Center's Accessible Technology Program (BMAC-ATP). BMAC-ATP is no longer be located in the Academic Services building, Room 116, effective Monday, March 4th, 2024.

If you need access to a computer, there are available computers at the University Library Computer Lab, BMAC Study Room in the Lower Level and the Horn Center.

For assistance and inquiries, please visit the Bob Murphy Access Center (BMAC) main office at SSSC-110. You may also email us at or contact BMAC’s main line at (562) 985-5401.

The Accessible Technology Program, part of the Bob Murphy Access Center, is a technology and accessibility resource lab that provides support and services for students with disabilities, faculty, staff, and the campus community. BMAC-ATP provides alternative formats and assistive technology accommodations and support for BMAC students. Students may also receive access to a study room in the University Library’s lower-level area as part of their approved accommodations. BMAC-ATP also provides one-on-one document accessibility training, document accessibility modular training, accessibility resources, captioning support, and group demonstration sessions for students, faculty, staff, and campus partners, who wish to develop their knowledge and skills in using assistive technology and accessible digital content.