Q. Accessibility at the Shapiro Library

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Accessibility at the Shapiro Library


Disability Statement

The Shapiro Library at Southern New Hampshire University is committed to providing all SNHU students, faculty and staff equitable access to the library resources and services they require for academic and research needs. 

Accessibility FAQ's

Librarians have compiled frequently asked questions about resources, technology and tips and tricks regarding accessibility. Please review the tips and tricks available on the pages listed below for help for using the library:

Shapiro Library Reference Desk (Ask a Librarian)

For research assistance contact the Reference Desk via 24/7 chat, by phone, text, email or by visiting the second floor of the library. Librarians assist with the research process, learning to utilize our resources and field general citation questions. It may be helpful to the librarian assisting to know if there is a print-related disability and/or if you are using assistive/adaptive technology. This information is optional and confidential but will allow librarians to give specific directions or recommendations of resources and how they can be made accessible.

  ask@snhu.libanswers.com
  603.626.9498 or 844.684.0456 (toll free)

Chat with a Librarian 24/7 by clicking on the Ask a Librarian image in the top of any page header, or in the Ask a Librarian contact box. Shapiro Librarians staff according to reference desk hours which may be found on the library's hours calendar. After-hours staff chat from libraries all across the United States and the United Kingdom.

Disability Services

Guided by the civil rights regulations of the Americans with Disabilities act, as Amended (ADAA) and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Campus Accessibility Center (CAC) and the Online Accessibility Center (formerly the Disability Resource Center), is committed to making reasonable accommodations for individuals with documented disabilities to ensure equal access to programs and facilities. 

Online Accessibility Center (For Online and Continuing Education Students and College for America)
  oac@snhu.edu
  866.305.9430

Campus Accessibility Center (For Manchester Day Campus and CMHC Programs)
  cac@snhu.edu 
  603.644.3118 
  Green Center

External Links

Our website contains links to websites owned and operated by third parties. If you use these links, you leave our website. We have no control over the content of any linked website. However, we are committed to providing equal access to patrons with disabilities, and we will work with you to determine if we can provide the inaccessible third party content to you in an accessible format if you report an accessibility barrier to us using the Barrier Report Form found at the bottom of the Disability & Accessibility Services webpage.

  • Last Updated Sep 20, 2018
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  • Answered By Jennifer Harris

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