Assisted Listening Devices
Assisted listening devices are available by checking in at the House Manager’s Lectern in the main lobby. Check in with the House Manager to get setup with Assisted Listening headsets
Wheelchair accessible seating is available for all shows at the Performing Arts Center Center and may be ordered online, in person, or over the phone. Available on all four floors, wheelchair accessible seating allows patrons to remain in the comfort of their chairs while enjoying the performance. Additionally, we have several aisle seats in Miossi Hall that are transfer-accessible if a guest who uses a wheelchair would prefer to sit in a theater seat. Elevator service for the PAC is located on the east end of the Main Lobby for access to the Orchestra, Balcony or Gallery levels. For assistance, please contact the Box Office at 805-756-4849 or email email@example.com to make arrangements.
The Drop-Off/Pick-Up Loop located in front of the PAC allows patrons with limited mobility an easier trip to the main entrance. Wheelchairs are available for use, but must be moved by the occupant or companion.
Sign language interpretation requests should be made with at least three weeks’ notice. The Performing Arts Center may not be able to accommodate last-minute requests. All requests must be made by contacting Ryan Gruss within 48 hours of your ticket purchase by phone, 805-756-2790 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Service Animals are welcomed at the PAC. As of March 15, 2011, animals recognized as service animals are listed under titles II and III of the ADA. In addition, the service animal must be individually trained to do work or perform tasks that are directly related to the person’s disability. Dogs whose sole function is to provide comfort or emotional support no longer qualify as service animals under the ADA. For more information please visit www.ada.gov, or if you have questions or need further assistance please contact the PAC at 805-756-2790.
As part of our commitment to excellence through diversity and inclusion, Cal Poly strives to ensure that campus communication and information technology is accessible to its student, employee, and community audiences.
We are committed to reasonable efforts that improve Cal Poly web pages and their accessibility in accordance with federal/state laws, CSU policy (Executive Order 1111), the CSU Accessible Technology Initiative (ATI) and Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.0 Level AA) of the World Wide Consortium (W3C).
We welcome your feedback and suggestions! Please contact ATI@calpoly.edu.
If you experience difficulty in accessing content on a Cal Poly website due to a disability or use of assistive technology and need the information in an alternate format, please contact ATI@calpoly.edu with the following information:
The page URL or site you are trying to access.
The difficulty you encountered.
Possible solutions or workarounds that might assist you.
If you have found a broken link or other problem with a web page, please notify the site owner or ATI@calpoly.edu.