Library policies are designed to promote an appropriate
environment for research and study and to protect Library users, collections and
FOOD allowed in Library Cafe' area only.
SMOKING or other use of tobacco products is prohibited in the Library.
AUDIO from devices should not be loud enough to be heard by others in the building unless these devices are used in a closed group study room.
LOST AND FOUND: Items found in the Library are kept at the Library Service Desk, then periodically turned over to Public Safety.
IDENTIFICATION: To assure legitimate use of the Library, staff may
request that users present valid identification.
REMOVAL, MUTILATION, DEFACEMENT, OR MARKING of Library materials, equipment, or facilities is prohibited and subject to disciplinary action (Student Conduct Code 8:050.6, 8:050.18) and prosecution under state law (RSMo 570.210)
POSTERS AND FLYERS: A bulletin board in the foyer is available for
postings. Posters and flyers may not be attached to the building or
columns, inside or outside, nor distributed within the building, unless
authorized by the Dean's Office.
PAGING, MESSAGES: The Library cannot page people and does not take messages for users.
CHILDREN should not be left unattended.
ANIMALS: Only trained service animals such as guide dogs are allowed in the Library. All other animals are prohibited. For definitions see: https://www.ada.gov/service_animals_2010.htmPHOTOGRAPHY/FILMING POLICY: Anyone interested in filming/taking pictures in the Library must make their request to the Dean's Office during business hours, or to the Library Service Desk in the evening and on weekends. If Library users or staff are filmed/photographed during the project, the persons doing the photography must obtain written permission from the person being photographed, videotaped, etc.
NO BICYCLES or NON-COLLAPSIBLE SCOOTERS may be brought inside the building. Skate boards, in-line skates, roller skates, and collapsible scooters must be carried while in the building and may not be placed where they obstruct corridors or pathways. Exceptions will be made for therapeutic devices needed for basic mobility.