Design Library Accessibility

The NC State University Accessibility Map (PDF) shows accessible parking, building entries, walkways, and other information for the entire NC State campus.

Parking

Map of accessible parking. The nearest space is on the street outside Brooks Hall, which requires a B permit. There are more spaces in the Boney Lot, also requiring a B permit. One spot on Dunn Avenue and more spots in the Jeter Drive bays require a C permit. Visitors and RE or CD permit holders can park in the Coliseum Deck.

Visitor Parking

Visitors will find accessible parking in the Reynolds Coliseum Deck Pay Lot (201 Jeter Dr., Raleigh, NC 27606).

A visitor parking pass is required and can be obtained from the Transportation Office in the Administrative Services 1 Building (2721 Sullivan Dr., Raleigh, NC 27607).

Permit Holders

“B” permit holders will find accessible parking on Pullen Dr. between Brooks and Gold Halls or in the Boney Drive Lot.

“C” permit holders will find accessible parking on Dunn Ave or in the Jeter Drive Bays.

The NC State Accessible Spaces Map shows the location of accessible parking spaces for all of campus. Note that spaces may require “B,” “C,” or other permits in addition to the accessible parking permit.

Building Access and Facilities

Entry

Map of accessible routes from Boney Drive, Stinson Drive, and Pullen Road.

The Design Library is in Brooks Hall and is accessible via elevator from the ground floor. The elevator is located in Brooks Hall’s north exterior breezeway. The buttons in the elevator do not match up with the building’s floor numbers. Press the first floor button in the elevator to get to the library’s floor (the second floor).

The NC State University Accessibility Map (PDF) shows detailed information about the accessibility of buildings and routes.

Restrooms

An accessible women’s restroom is located at the north end of the second floor of Brooks Hall, on the same floor as the library. An accessible men’s restroom is located at the north end of the first floor of Brooks Hall.

Inside the Library

Assistive Technology

The computers in the Design Library have screen-reading software installed.

Services

Staff will assist getting materials from the shelves. Request books and media ahead of time by emailing design_library@ncsu.edu or ask at the service desk. NC State University Libraries patrons can also place holds in the catalog and have materials held at the desk.