Guard Your Valuables
In this case, however, you do not want it knocking at your door. Two wallets were reportedly taken out of student backpacks which were left unattended. Thefts of this nature are usually the result of an opportunity the victim gives the offender. Eliminate the opportunity, and you can eliminate the crime! Please protect your valuables.
Spring Library Hours
||10:00 a.m. - 11:00 p.m.
|Monday - Thursday:
||8:00 a.m. - 11:00 p.m.
||8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
||9:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Reference Librarian Hours
||10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
|Monday - Thursday:
||8:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
||8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
||9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
General Library Policies
While using the Downtown Campus Library, please observe the following rules and polices:
Please respect the rights of others who wish to study and work in the Library. Keep your study area neat and clean. Walk quietly through study areas. Don’t block pathways with your laptop cord (plug it in under your table). Erase the whiteboard/chalkboard in your study room when you leave. Don’t move the furniture around. Keep your feet on the floor, not on the chairs. Generally, treat others the way you wish to be treated.
Food and Drink
You may bring any drink into the Library. We ask, however, that you pick up after yourself and use the appropriate recycling bin. Food is never allowed, so don’t bring it into the Library.
Noise & Cell Phones
Please respect the other patrons in the Library and whisper quietly if you need to communicate with others in the library. Please do not use your cell phone in the Library, computer lab, or study rooms. If you need to make a call, take your cell phone outside the Library or into one of the stairwells. Keep noise levels down on personal music devices, and always wear your headphones. If noise in the Library is bothering you, inform the Circulation Desk.
Please do not leave your personal belongings unattended. The Library is open to the public and thefts, while not frequent, have occurred. Belongings that are left unattended will be taken by security. If you are missing any personal items, please tell the Circulation Desk on the 9th floor as soon as possible so that security can be notified.
Use of Library Materials
Please handle all library materials with care. Refrain from writing in or marking-up library materials. If you cannot reach a book on a shelf, please ask a member of the library staff for assistance. Move unwanted library materials to a re-shelving area or return to the Circulation Desk. Do not “hide” library materials in the stacks. If a book that you are using is damaged, please let a member of the staff know; most of the time, we can fix the problem. Please remember that library materials are for the use of everyone.
No pets are allowed in the Library.
Persons under the age of 18 should be supervised by a parent or guardian at all times.
Please do not disturb the “Emergency Heat” switches located throughout the Library.
Members of the public who do not follow these rules may be asked to leave and/or barred from the Library; students may be referred to their academic dean for appropriate disciplinary action.
If you observe suspicious behavior, please contact a member of the staff immediately.
The Library has installed two PowerDomes on the west side of the 9th floor. These table-top devices will allow you to plug into power & the network without having to dive under the tables. If you like the PowerDomes or if you hate them, please let a Library staff member know since we're considering installing them throughout the Library (or, email Holly Lakatos, Director of Public Services at: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Career books have moved!
The Careers-Law & Careers-Business collections have moved to the 10th floor. Now when you want some model resumes, sample cover letters, or advice on your future as a lawyer, browse the collection at the top of the main staircase to find a book. Career books can be checked-out for four weeks--just like any other circulating book. If cannot use the stairs, simply ask for assistance at the Circulation Desk. As always, if you have any suggestions for books that we should add to the collection, please fill out a suggestion form at the Circulation Desk, email us at email@example.com, or tell the reference librarian on duty.
Featured Resource: ECOLEX
ECOLEX. ECOLEX, provides access to treaties, national laws, court decisions and literature about the environment. Search terms are chosen from pull down menus. The categories for search terms include country, keyword, subject and date. More detailed searches can limit results according to the author or international organization. The site is a joint effort of the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), the World Conservation Union (IUCN), and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP).