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Getting Here

Parking
See Transportation Services (BE 1143) or visit Student Parking on the website. 

Location
The library is located in the Broadway Edison building, on the second floor (BE 2101) on the south side of the building.

Elevators / Entrance

Broadway ADA entrance: Enter the main entrance across from the student bookstore and head to the elevators. Take the central elevator up to the 2nd floor. Exit the elevator and head right (south). Proceed down the ramp and around the corner to the library front entrance.

  • Merlin Enhanced Vision, full color, auto focus video magnifier - PDF manual
  • Four designated ADA computer workstations 
    • Adjustable height tables
    • High-contrast, large-print keyboards
    • Specialized software
      • Dragon NaturallySpeaking 13, dictate/speech recognition software
      • JAWS 2018, screen reader
      • NVDA version 2017.4 (NonVisual Desktop Access), screen reader
      • ZoomText 10.1, computer screen magnifier (checkout USB key to activate)
      • Windows accessibility options – (Start menu > All Programs > Accessibility)
      • MS Narrator, Windows built in light duty screen reader
  • Available at the Checkout desk:
    • Dragon Headsets w/ mic
    • ZoomText USB (needed to use ZoomText)
    • Trackball Mouse

Students who need assistive technology software training should contact the Office of Disability Services at 206.934.4183 (Voice or TTY).  More information about Disability Support Services can be found on their webpage: https://seattlecentral.edu/campus-life/student-support-and-services/disability-support.

Facilities

Accessible Work Stations
The library has four designated ADA computer Workstation with adjustable height tables (see above Technology section for more information). 

Restrooms
The Women's and Men's restrooms in the library each have one ADA accessible stall.

Study Rooms
Our group study rooms may be reserved to meet an individual's needs, either by working with the Disability Support Services office, or at the discretion of the librarian. 

Other Services

Placing Holds on Library Materials
SCC students, staff and faculty can request books be pulled from the shelf and held for 7 days.  By clicking Request Item when searching the catalog, circulating books from any of the Seattle Colleges can be ready for pick up at the library Circulation Desk. 

Library Map: ADA Workstations, Entrance & Service Points

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