The University Library is committed to providing equal access to services and collections for all Library patrons. Library users who are disabled receive service from the same service points as all other users. Where self-use of Library services or facilities is difficult because of physical disabilities, Library staff will assist patrons in obtaining access to the services and collections in the Library.
Students with disabilities requiring services outside the scope of the Library are directed to Disability Resource Center (Bldg 9, Room 103, ext 3333) for assistance.
Users who have identified desired Library materials but are unable to retrieve them from the stacks should request assistance at the Circulation Desk on the second floor.
Users who require assistance with research should inquire at the Research Help Desk on the second floor.
Circulation Services staff on the second floor will provide assistance with photocopying. Patrons are responsible for all copier charges. Copyright laws will be strictly enforced. Please call x3075 for assistance.
In the event of an emergency/evacuation at the Library, persons with disabilities needing assistance should call (x3075) for assistance from the campus phone located near the elevators and east stairwells on second, third, fourth, fifth and sixth floors or, in the event the phones are not working, go to the nearest stairwell exit and wait for assistance.
Research workstations equipped with assistive hardware, software, and furniture to provide accessibility to users with disabilities are available on the second, fourth, fifth, and sixth floors.
If we have not specifically addressed your Library-use need in this policy, please contact:
Emma Gibson, Department Chair and Head of Public Services
Larry Huizar, Access Services