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Library Services for Students with Disabilities

describes various equipment, services, and information resources to assist those with hearing, visual, or learning disabilities

Research Assistance

If a patron is unable to retrieve materials due to a sensory or physical disability, assistance is available from the Circulation Desk (3-2580). By appointment, a staff member will be assigned, and usually can be expected to retrieve about 20 items from shelves or spend up to 30 minutes with a patron.

Any patron who has a UCF identification card and also has a disability that makes retrieving and photocopying materials difficult or impossible is eligible for assistance via Document Delivery, http://library.ucf.edu/ILL/Services/.

Library staffing precludes the ability to provide in-depth assistance, such as reading content or interpreting graphs, tables, or charts for patrons. Patrons may wish to consider bringing an assistant for that purpose.  For more information about services, workstations, and other aids, see http://library.ucf.edu/services/accessibility-services/.

Study Room Reservation Procedures

Several study rooms have sufficient turnaround space to be accessible by wheelchair.  One room on the 4th floor has an adjustable table and a lever door handle.  Look for the  icon on the room reservations page.

Animals as Accommodation