Metropolitan Center for Independent Living

Computer Lab

MCIL has computers available for consumer use. Please feel free to use these computers by making an appointment during business hours.

MCIL’s mission is to be a leader in the promotion of technology as a tool that promotes independence, choice, and control for individuals with disabilities in the Twin Cities metropolitan area. Equally important is our mission is to serve as a model in providing education and training, supports, and services involving the use of technology to achieve their individual educational, vocational, and lifestyle goals.

We are working on ways that we can address these issues. We do not offer repair services, we do not have access to free equipment, nor do we have equipment to loan to people. We do offer people a chance to use our computers in our Computer Lab with an appointment. We also offer classes or workshops from time to time discussing how to use computers and the Internet to increase the ability to live independently. Look for events and workshops.

For more information please contact: (Email preferred and usually answered quicker!)

Matt Saari
(651) 603-2023 (voice) or (651) 603-2001 (TTY)

530 Robert Street North
St Paul, MN 55101  
Voice: 651-646-8342
Fax: 651-603-2006

The Mission of the Metropolitan Center for Independent Living is to assist people with disabilities to fulfill their desire to lead productive self-determined lives.