In what ways is the library accessible?

Answer

Yes, the Library provides a variety of accessible spaces.

  • Power doors at both public entrances to the Memorial Library building
  • Elevator access to all levels
  • Service animals and support aides are welcome
  • All-gender wheelchair-accessible restrooms and lever handles on the first floor
  • Adjustable height study tables and workstations on first floor
  • Quiet Study Rooms for distraction-free studying on the first floor
  • Vending machines with beverages and snacks on the first floor
  • Full-spectrum lighting on the second floor
  • Group study rooms on multiple floors. Key must be checked out from Circulation Desk on First Floor. Advance reservation recommended. Group study room policy requires at least two people. Service animals and support aides count as your group.
  • Adjustable-height computer workstation in the lower level Library classroom ML81 is for study use when room is not being used for library instruction.
  • Asssistive technology available: JAWS and Kurzweil

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  • Last Updated Apr 14, 2021
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