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Retrieval of Materials

If you need any assistance in obtaining materials from within the Library, please ask at the Circulation Desk on the fourth floor (main level). The circulation staff will retrieve materials from anywhere within the Library for users with disabilities. If materials are needed quickly, requests should be made Monday - Friday between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. or by prior arrangement with circulation staff at 919-962-1191.

Photocopying

The library photocopiers are located on the fourth level. The circulation staff will make photocopies of library materials for patrons who cannot use the photocopiers. Copies are made at the patron's expense. Copy cards are available for purchase in the Library. The circulation staff will also make paper copies of items available on microfiche or microfilm; the standard charge applies to these copies.

If materials are needed quickly, requests should be made Monday - Friday between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. or by prior arrangement with circulation staff at 919-962-1191.

Elevator

There is an elevator for the use of disabled patrons.

Student Studying Space

Disabled students may request a permanent study area on the fourth floor.

Special Needs

The library staff will try to accommodate the special needs of all users with disabilities. If you have a specific need that is not addressed here, contact circulation staff at 919-962-1191.



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