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The Student Disability Resource Center (SDRC) campus offices are operating regular business hours, Monday through Friday, from 8:00am - 5:00pm. This includes regular in-person staff coverage. Need an appointment with a staff member? The good news is you can meet with staff to happen via Zoom or in-person. To schedule an appointment call 951-827-3861 or submit a request through the Appointment Request Form. Plan to go to the SDRC offices in the Student Services Building? Please read this important information before you go!


Capti Voice

Capti Voice is a text-to-speech literacy tool designed to convert text to audio for a more accessible reading experience for students. With its ability to read text-to-speech online, Capti works seamlessly across platforms and devices, making PDF’s, EPUB, and a variety of other text formats more accessible to all students. It includes features for students such as having the option for a larger print size, increasing contrast of the words on a page, and using text-to-speech.
Capti can be customized for each student to meet their unique needs, and it provides an array of accommodations to help learners consume content. Students can then listen to content at their own speed, and use tools to define words, highlight important passages, and even translate into their primary language.


  • Images in Text
    View images in tracks created from EPUB, PDF, DOC(X), and other documents.
  • Original Layout for PDF
    View PDF documents in original layout including fonts and artwork.
  • Create Playlists
    Stay organized by saving tracks into different playlists.
  • Bookmarks, Highlights, Notes
    Bookmark important parts of text, highlight useful passages, and add your thoughts as notes.
  • Word Translation
    Right-click/option select any word in the track to translate the word into one of 28 languages.
SDRC has limited premium licenses of this software for students that have appropriate accommodations. Please contact the SDRC Accessible Technology Specialist for more information.