The Computer Center for Students with Disabilities was created as a result of the expansion of the Computer Center for Blind and Visually Impaired Students, also for people with other disabilities.

The Center has 6 customized computer stations with installed screening software and scanners. The Braille printers include serial printings and convex graphic materials. Visually impaired people can use magnifiers and magnifying programs.

The lab also has workstations for students with disabilities and those with disabilities of upper limbs. In the CC there are desks, the height of which can be changed easily and LCD monitors on the jibs. With an alternative keyboards, it is possible to work with a computer even with a very high disfunction of arms and hands. These types of hardware and software are installed according to the individual needs.

The disabled students of the University of Warsaw may use the Computer Center under the conditions set out in the “Rules of the Computer Center for Students with Disabilities”

The Center is located in Main Kampus at University of Warsaw, at Krakowskie Przedmieście 26/28, room no. 3 with prof. Dr hab. Grzegorz Białkowski on the door.

Computer Center is available for students in the terms below:

Monday to Thursday: 8 am till 6 pm
Friday: 8 am till 4 pm.

Computer Center equipment was partially funded by the Foundation for students and graduates UW called Universitatis Varsoviensis.