Accessibility at UGA Libraries
The University of Georgia Libraries seek to provide an inclusive and accessible experience to all library users. We are committed to providing access to information and services to all library users on an equitable basis. The UGA Libraries offer a variety of services to ensure access to library collections and services for individuals with disabilities.
In addition to physical assistance with tasks such as retrieving materials from the stacks and scanning materials, library staff can assist you with the research process and finding and using the resources you need. All library staff can provide basic assistance. Please feel free to ask for help at any service point in the library. If you need assistance remotely, use our Ask A Question services or call our general phone number at 706-542-3251.
Library users with disabilities are encouraged to schedule an appointment for in-depth research assistance and other extensive services. Please contact Eric Griffith, Disabilities Services Coordinator for the Libraries, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 706-542-1137 if you would like additional assistance or information about library access and services in general, or for questions relating specifically to the UGA Main Library.
If you have questions about specific services available at other library buildings on campus, please contact:
- Science Library – Matt Pulver at 706-542-4535 or email@example.com
- Special Collections Library – Mazie Bowen at 706-542-7123 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Miller Learning Center – 706-542-7000
Please click the icons below for detailed information about resources and services for library users with disabilities.