[NFBC-Info] I am searching for Universities that it is not private that has computer programming courses for my programming major please help.

Jose Gonzalez jose94021647g at gmail.com
Tue May 2 18:11:55 UTC 2023

Hello Janet,

My name is Jose member of the NFB and I would say that you don't necessary have to go where people tell you to go. You can go where ever you want to. Have you ever considered this questions? Where do I want to go? What do I need  in order to succeed? Can I afford a Private  college. To answer your question try doing research on CAL State San Bernardino, UC Berkley, and San Jose State University.


JoseOn May 2, 2023 10:17 AM, Janet Tabora via NFBC-Info <nfbc-info at nfbnet.org> wrote:
> Hello everyone, this is Janet Tabora, and I am a new member. I am 
> visually impaired, and I am currently attending community College in 
> Stockton CA and I am changing my major to be computer programming. I 
> am completing my GE this semester at the community College and 
> completed fifty-two credits for my transfer. I need help finding a 
> university that is not private that has Programming courses for my new 
> major. Does any of you have any idea to where I could find one? I am 
> asking because my DSPS counselor at my community College are not able 
> to find one that is not private that has programming courses she is 
> looking at specifically in Instruction Technology software 
> Development. I have been in contact with New Hampshire University, and 
> it is a good school, but my Department of Rehab counselor wants me to 
> go to a university that is not private, but I am having difficulty 
> finding one in California or at least between Stockton, Sacramento, 
> San Bernardino, and San Francisco Universities. 
> Any help or advice I can get will be much appreciated. 
> Thank you all so much. 
> Best, Janet 
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