Access during COVID-19

Main Library lobby and Weaver Library are open Monday-Thursday 9am-7pm, Friday 9am-6pm, Saturday 11am-6pm, and Sunday 1pm-6pm. You can also contact us by chat, text, and email during these hours. The Health Sciences Library is open to Health Sciences affiliates. Learn more about access during COVID-19.

Accessibility services

We support the participation of people with disabilities in academic pursuits at the University of Arizona and in lifelong learning. We provide access to research materials and services through reasonable accommodations, such as readily accessible adaptive technology and software, special equipment, and personal assistance.

Assistive technology

Our assistive technology room (Albert B. Weaver Science-Engineering Library, 313) has adaptive equipment and software, including Dragon NaturallySpeaking Professional v13, JAWS v16, Kurzweil 1000 v14, and MAGic v13 and Read&Write v11. Make a reservation by contacting

Adaptive equipment and other computers with assistive technology software can be found at the Weaver Library as well.

Equipment Location

Closed circuit televisions with color monitor

Weaver Library, B313

Headphones Available for checkout in the Main Library lobby

Headphones with microphone (USB Dragon recommended)

Weaver Library, B313
Available for checkout in the Main Library lobby
Ergonomic keyboard Available for checkout in the Main Library lobby

Finding & accessing materials

Interlibrary loan and document delivery can provide electronic delivery of articles & book chapters. If the request is fulfilled with a file download, instructions for requesting an accessible format will be provided.

Use express retrieval and we will pull items from our shelves and put them on the hold shelf for you. Or get assistance at our Ask Us desk.

All library buildings are wheelchair accessible, have elevators to all floors, and have accessible restrooms.

Contact us

For questions about equipment, software services, and other assistive services, contact

Campus resources