The main floors of Perkins Library, Lilly Library, and the branches are accessible. However, some of the book stacks and other areas are currently not accessible. Please ask library staff for assistance if you need materials from these areas.
Perkins Library has an unassisted entrance at the main entrance to the Bostock Library building that is open during the times the library is open. Information on handicapped parking is available on the Accessible Parking page. Please also be aware that access is limited to Duke Card holders at the Perkins-Bostock walkway entrance and library construction may require that you call ahead for access.
Lilly Library's main entrance is an unassisted entry. The back entrance has a ramp leading up to the main entrance.
Divinity Library has two unassisted entries, one by the Divinity Parking lot, and one by the Kilgo entrance from the quad (with the light-colored portico).
Goodson Law Library has an unassisted entry at the back of the Law Building, with parking nearby. Take the elevator to the third floor where the Library is located. The front entrance to the Law Building has a ramp for wheelchair accessibility.
Ford Library is equipped with an unassisted entry at its main doors on the second floor of Breedan Hall. The Science Drive entrance to Breedan Hall is also equipped with automatic door openers. When you enter the building, take the elevator on your left down to the second floor and follow the enclosed breezeway until it ends. The library will be on your left.
Music Library has an unassisted entry at the front and back with an elevator at the back for access to the first floor library.
Medical Center Archives and Library has an accessible entrance via sliding doors into the Seely G. Mudd building at the Medical Center. Library staff is also willing to assist entry, upon request.
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