|Transportation | Parking | Library to Library Delivery Service | Drop Boxes | Accessibility|
Any individual may have access to University Library facilities to use general stack collections, space and resources permitting. The library hours page indicates the hours for a specific library.
The Kresge Business Library is open to the general public, who are welcome to use all of the collection except for a small set of online databases.
The Law Library welcomes researchers who need to use the Library’s resources. Further details on its access policy are available here. Those who do not have emeritus professor status need to fill out an application for a pass.
Transportation – Anyone who lives close to an Ann Arbor bus stop can use Ann Arbor public transportation to get to a University Library. Anyone with a yellow or white Mcard can ride on all AATA regular fixed route buses for free. See the MRide FAQ for further details.
The city of Ann Arbor also provides the A-Ride Service for those who cannot use the standard Ann Arbor buses.
Parking – All UM retirees are eligible for an After Hours permit that allows parking in Blue, Yellow, and Orange areas after 3 pm on weekdays and any time on the weekend. Parking Services also issues Handicap verification permits.
Mirlyn Get This Service – This is a free service available to anyone who can log in to Mirlyn, the University Library catalog. A user may request that any circulating item be sent from one participating library to another.
Drop Boxes – There are two drop boxes where you can return items you have checked out from the University Libraries that are accessible from a car. One is at the Shapiro Library. The drop box is on the northwest side of the building and is accessible from the driveway that runs between the Clements and Shapiro Libraries. The other is on North Campus. It is located in the circular driveway at the front of Pierpont Commons.
More details about accessibility at individual libraries is available here.