Students with visual disabilities can obtain books and other materials in special print, Braille, or audio format. These are requested by the Library from the Centre for Accessible Post-secondary Education Resources (CAPER-BC). Students requiring the service should contact the University's Accessibility Services once admitted to a program, as provision of alternate format material requires considerable lead time.
One adjustable study table with a computer workstation at the main entrance to the library, on the left as you enter.
If you are unable to use the interior stairs to get to the Library’s 2nd floor, there is an interior elevator just inside the entrance from the main hallway.