Answered By: Jessica Kohout-Tailor
Last Updated: Oct 02, 2019     Views: 1

Yes! 

For Cooper Library, accessible parking is available in the east and west parking lot. Patrons may use the door located on the ground floor, east side of the Library. An intercom/buzzer system is available to gain entry to the building.

For Special Collections and Archives, there are accessible spaces located in the parking lot adjacent to the lower level. Access via the north doors of the upper level is not recommended for individuals in wheelchairs. There is a wheelchair-accessible workstation in the Reading Room of Special Collections. All material is retrieved by the staff in Special Collections and Archives and photocopying is performed by the staff.