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ITap (Information Technology at Purdue)
Provides IT resources, services, user support, discounts on hardware, software and services, and more!
ITap maintains over 60 instructional computer labs on campus. Labs range in size from 14 computers to over 100 computers. The ITap computers in these labs provide an extensive software suite and a secure work environment for our faculty, staff, and students.
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- Disability Resource Center
- Young Hall, Room 830 (494-1247)
- Any student with a documented learning disability or attention deficit disorder who attends Purdue may receive assistance through the Disability Resource Center (DRC) in the Office of the Dean of Students (ODOS).
- The Assistive Technology Center (ATC) (Room 111, Stewart Center) has specialized hardware and software that allows students with disabilities to use computers in a way comparable to their non-disabled peers.