Leeds University Library aims to make all resources and services accessible to all. We take a proactive approach, trying to anticipate the needs of disabled people to develop an inclusive learning environment.
We are happy to help you with photocopying and retrieving material from shelves. However, please be aware that if it's very busy in the Library there may be no free staff. If you find this is a recurring issue, contact the University's Disabled Students' Assessment and Support service and ask about personal assistants.
We try to make most of our printed information accessible but if you have difficulty reading one of our documents we can enlarge it. Just ask at the enquiry desk.
Library contact information
Contact us using any of the following methods if you need help using the Library or wish to discuss individual requirements. Suggestions for improvements are particularly welcome.
University of Leeds - Disabled Students' Assessment and Support
The Support and Wellbeing pages give information on University-wide support for disabled students, including the RNIB and University of Leeds transcription centre, University policies and procedures relating to equality and diversity, and car parking.
Leeds University Library is a member of the Open Rose Group, which aims to improve services for disabled users of academic libraries in Yorkshire.
Contact us for further information.