Read Harvard University’s Digital Accessibility policy.
Harvard Library is committed to providing online services, tools, and resources that are available to everyone in our community, including people with disabilities.
Harvard Library follows WCAG standards and regularly tests our online interfaces with users of assistive technology. We work closely with vendors to address accessibility issues.
We are working towards universal access, but there may be some gaps. If you are unable to access an online resource due to a disability, please contact us using Ask a Librarian.
Harvard Library provides study spaces and meeting rooms for our community members that are accessible, according to ADA guidelines. Accessible restrooms are available close by to most locations.
If you require an accommodation when visiting a location, please contact that specific location prior to your visit using the email address or phone number found on the location’s page. See Locations & Hours for a complete list.
For more information about in-person accessibility at Harvard, visit University Disability Resources.