The University Library is committed to providing all people access to our spaces, materials, services, and programs, as library resources permit. This includes disabled students, staff, faculty, and visitors.
We affirm the university’s commitment to access for people with disabilities. As the library, we embrace our role in “ensuring that all individuals have access to information and information technology.”
Please let us know about any accommodations you need, via:
- our Ask the Librarian chat service;
- the main email@example.com email;
- or in person at the Information Desk on Leyburn Library’s main floor.
We can help you:
- use library resources;
- find directions and parking information, including accessible parking;
- access materials in Leyburn and Telford Libraries;
- borrow and use our equipment and spaces;
- engage with events using portable assistive hearing equipment;
- find accessibility resources and policies.
The university’s Disability Accommodations page links to information about accommodations for students and employees. Guidelines for making websites and documents more accessible are also linked from that page.
If you experience a barrier because of your disability while using library resources or spaces, please contact University Librarian K.T. Vaughan.
Many thanks to the leadership of WLUnite and Lauren Kozak for helping refine this statement. Thanks also to our colleagues at Swem Library, College of William and Mary, for allowing us to use their policy as a model.