Vassar College strives to make its facilities and events accessible to all members of the community and its guests. For information about services or to request disability-related accommodations, please contact us or call (845) 437-7745 as far in advance of your visit as possible.
There is ground-level access at the Loeb’s main entrance and all galleries are wheelchair accessible; portions of the Sculpture Garden are only accessible by a stone path. The 2nd floor Hoy Photography Gallery is served by an elevator. The closest accessible restrooms are located in Taylor Hall next to the Coat Room (access via a chair lift) or on the 2nd floor of Taylor Hall by using the Main Gate elevator. One wheelchair is available upon request; please ask a security guard upon arrival.
Parking spaces for persons with disabilities are available on Main Gate Drive and in front of Main Building. For more information on campus parking, visit the campus map.
Trained service animals providing assistance to a visitor with a disability are welcome. If you are visiting a non-public area of the museum, like our Print Study Room, please contact us in advance so we can plan together. Pets and emotional support animals are not allowed in the Loeb.
Large Print or Braille Materials
Large print labels for special exhibitions can be found within their respective galleries. Large print labels for the permanent collection galleries and Braille labels for any gallery are available upon request with at least two weeks’ notice. Gallery brochures are also available in alternate formats. Please call the Campus Activities Office at (845) 437-5370.
Sign language interpretation or closed captioning for tours or Loeb-sponsored programs is available upon request with at least two weeks’ notice. For more information or to request services, please contact the Campus Activities Office at (845) 437-5370.
Text Telephone (TTY)
Public telephones equipped with volume controls and a TTY are available in the front lobby of Main Building. Speech impaired, deaf, and hard of hearing individuals who have access to a TTY machine may call the New York Relay Center at 711 or (800) 421-1220 or your local TTY Relay Center. The New York or local Relay Center will then place your call to us and we will be happy to communicate with you through the relay service. There is no additional charge for this service from the New York or local Relay Center or Vassar College.