Accessible Parking

NC State permit-holders

The closest car-accessible parking is on Faucette Drive between Jordan and Biltmore. There are also spaces on the east end of Jordan Addition, located near the Morrill Drive intersection. Vehicles parked in these spaces must display both the appropriate NC State permit and a valid state-issued handicapped parking placard or plate.


Visitors with a valid state-issued handicapped parking placard or plate may park in the Coliseum Deck, a gated lot that requires a credit card to enter and for payment upon exit. Accessible spaces for cars and vans are located near the exit. From the parking deck visitors can travel around campus for free on any of the Wolfline buses, which have wheelchair lifts and a kneeling capability to assist those with limited mobility.

Visitors needing accessible parking closer to Jordan Hall can inquire about a visitor pass by contacting the Transportation Office.

Building Access and Facilities


The front of Jordan Hall is accessible by ramp and has a pushpad power-assisted door.  A ramp also connects the back parking area to the back entrance door, which has a lever handle to enter and a push bar to exit. Both doors open to the central lobby area. The interior doors from the lobby into the library have a lever handle to enter and a push bar to exit. If you are unable to operate these doors you may knock or call (919) 515-2306 for assistance. Visit the CNR’s Accessibility Information page for more information about navigating this building cluster.


There are ADA-accessible men’s and women’s restrooms near the library on the first floor of Jordan Hall. The closest gender-inclusive, single-occupant, accessible restroom is next door on the first floor of Biltmore Hall, room 1011.

Inside the Library

If you have questions or comments about the accessibility of the Natural Resources Library, please contact the staff by emailing or calling (919) 515-2306. We welcome any feedback.

Assistive Technology

JAWS, a screen reading software, is installed on all of our Windows desktops. There is also a basic magnification device in the northwest corner of the library.

Book Retrieval

Staff are happy to retrieve materials directly from the shelves. Request books ahead of time by emailing or ask at the service desk, and we will retrieve them within five minutes.