Library Carrel Regulations
Submitted by nielsonj on Tue, 01/07/2014 - 16:44
Regulations: Student Library Carrels
- The use of a carrel is a privilege that can be revoked; it is not a right.
- Those who choose to ignore these regulations will forfeit their carrel privilege.
- Each closed carrel is for the exclusive use of students assigned to that carrel.
- It is permissible to swap carrels with another carrel holder, but only after the change has been registered with Michelle Fidler, ext. 5049.
- No tobacco products are allowed in the library or in carrels. Beverages are allowed only in approved spill-proof containers. If there is a spill of any kind, you are responsible for cleaning it up and contacting the circulation desk.
- Food is not to be stored in the carrels or lockers. Carrels and lockers are to be kept clean of debris and food stuff. If a carrel is consistently in a state of disrepair, fines will be levied and/or carrel privileges removed.
- Carrel windows must remain unobstructed and free of any coverings, stickers, etc. unless otherwise approved by the Manager of Access Services.
- Furniture from other areas of the library may not be placed in carrels.
- All library materials kept in a carrel must have been properly charged to the student.
- Non-circulating materials (periodicals, reference works) may not be kept in carrels.
- Carrels should be kept locked.
- The College is not responsible for personal items that may be lost, stolen or damaged.
- Carrel checks are done weekly.
- Students, who have been summoned to a conversation with the Manager of Access Services, must respond within one working day.