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Accessibility

Emory Libraries seeks to provide an accessible and “barrier-free” environment and equal access to library services and collections for all library users.


Services for Library Users with Disabilities

Emory Libraries seeks to provide an accessible and “barrier-free” environment and equal access to library services and collections for all library users.

We work with the Office of Accessibility Services to accommodate reasonable requests for assistance in obtaining, accessing, and making use of library resources, materials, and services.

Some services require advance notice to ensure staff availability. For specific accommodations, please contact the Library Service Desk at 404-727-6873 or libraryservicedesk@emory.edu

Retrieval Service

If you have a disability you may request assistance in retrieving materials from the print collections in stacks at the Library Service Desk. Retrieved material will be held at the Library Service Desk for you.

Some services require advance notice to ensure staff availability. For assistance, please contact the Library Service Desk at 404-727-6873 or libraryservicedesk@emory.edu.

Adjustable Height Tables

Adjustable height tables are located in the Learning Commons next to the Library Service Desk on level 2.

For assistance, please contact the Library Service Desk at 404-727-6873 or libraryservicedesk@emory.edu.

Disability Parking

There are several disability parking spaces around and/or near the Woodruff Library Building. More information about parking and accessing the Woodruff Library Building.

Animals Policy

The policy of Emory University is that animals are not permitted in University buildings due to restrictions governing University insurance policies, concerns for the integrity of research projects, and interest in the welfare of our faculty, students, staff, and visitors. Service Animals and Research Animals are the exception to this policy.

Assistance, Comfort, and/or Emotional Support Animals are not allowed inside University buildings without approval from the Office of Accessibility Services.