The Furman Libraries welcome visitors, guests, and community members during regular business hours. Available services for visitors include: use of space, use of wireless Internet, use of resources on-site, and for library card holders, checking out materials. Visitors may also use computers during low-demand times in the semester, but they must receive a Guest Account at the IT Service Center (located in the Duke Library) in order to access the computers.
Visitors are encouraged to consult the following policies before their first visit:
Visitor parking is available in several lots on campus. See the map below for visitor parking and handicapped accessible parking near all the Libraries. If you have difficulty accessing the campus, please use this form to Report an Accessibility Barrier.
If you parked in one of the Chapel Lots, the Chapel has a single-seat electric mobility scooter available for loan.
NOTE: The Furman Shuttle does not run in the summer
If you parked in the Chapel Lots, you may catch a ride on the SafeRide shuttle:
If you have limited mobility and a handicapped permit, there are several close parking options for accessing the Maxwell Music Library. We recommend parking in the lot directly behind McAlister Auditorium and entering the Herring Music Pavilion. The Maxwell Music Library is located inside the Pavilion.
If you have limited mobility and a handicapped permit, we recommend you follow these instructions for access to the Sanders Science Library:
If this walk proves challenging, we recommend borrowing the mobility scooter.