For the safety of our UL Lafayette community, Dupré Library remains CLOSED. Access to online resources, virtual research assistance, and curbside delivery services are available. See our COVID-19 Library FAQ for current services. Dupré Library will REOPEN for the Fall semester on August 17, 2020. See our Fall 2020 Services.


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Accessibility Services

Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (1990) requires that library programs and services be accessible to people who have disabilities. Dupré Library complies with these requirements by providing curb ramps, accessible parking, exterior elevator, modified entrances, adaptive technology for the visually impaired, signs enhanced with Braille, special seating areas, and other compatible resources. The library provides personnel services to those who are otherwise unable. These services include item retrieval, copying, verbal assistance, emergency rescue procedures, and more. Equipment for the visually impaired is on the 1st Floor adjacent to the STEP Lab.

To enhance the accessibility of Internet resources, all library managed websites employ the guidelines provided by the University Web Style Guide Accessibility Policy. Library web pages should provide a visually appealing design and a favorable user experience. Since access to library resources by all university patrons is a primary mission of the library, compliance with accessibility standards in all library managed websites are maintained. For example, all pages must have "Alt" text alternatives when graphics are displayed. Animated and excessive graphics, blinking text, large files, and multiple layers are discouraged. Clear navigation and appropriate markup are encouraged. Explore the Web Content Accessibility Initiative for national and international web standards in greater detail.

The Office of Disability Services provides additional services on campus.

[ Last Revised on May 23, 2019 ]