Recorded textbooks are available for students with disabilities. Students must apply for this service from Recordings for the Blind and Dyslexic (R.F.B.). This application should be done as soon as possible. In the bookstore, you can find out the title and author of your textbook for your courses, listed by your course sequence number and the department that is offering the class.
Once you have done this, call R.F.B. as soon as possible to request your recorded text. If R.F.B. has not recorded your particular textbook, it will take them a while to do so. Students need to send two copies of the text to R.F.B. in order for books to be recorded. The local phone number for R.F.B. is (305) 666-0552. The Library of Congress - Talking Book Library may have some of the literary and non-academic books that may be required in English and other classes. Their local number is (305) 751-8687.