The ACT Center offers braille services to members of the MU community with visual impairment. Braille is a system in which characters are represented by raised dots that are read by touch.
- Braille transcription – transcribing items such as documents, manuals, articles, signs and menus into braille.
- Braille labels – adhesive labels that can be affixed to business cards, signs, etc.
- Tactile graphics – tactile interpretations of pictures or maps.
Typically there is no charge for services unless projects are complex and require a large volume of materials to produce. We do not provide braille services outside of the MU community.
How to Request a Braille Service
If you need information about our services, call the ACT Center at (573)884-2828. Students needing braille services should contact MU Disability Center at (573)882-4696.