Library Conduct Policy
Please join Meyer Library in creating and sustaining an environment conducive to study and scholarly collaboration. This includes:
- Treating others with dignity and respect
- Refraining from engaging in behavior that creates a disturbance or interferes with the use of the Library for research and study
- Restricting cell phone conversations to designated spaces in order to avoid disturbing others.
The following behaviors are deemed unacceptable within an academic library:
- Writing in, underlining, highlighting or otherwise damaging library materials
- Using scooters, skateboards, rollerblades, skates, etc. (except those assisting persons with disabilities), within the Library or near Library entrances
- Exposing others to pornographic or obscene images
- Leaving minors (children under the age of 12) unsupervised within the library [See Unattended Children Policy]
- Consuming alcohol or exhibiting behavior which indicates intoxication or illegal drug use
- Smoking, vaping, or using electronic cigarettes
- Entering any non-public, restricted, or closed area of the library, including opening emergency exits or activating emergency alarms, except in emergencies
- Stalking, harassing, or making unwanted sexual advances
- Causing a disturbance while obtaining signatures on a petition. Signatures may not be obtained inside the library except within the context of scheduled meetings in Library meeting rooms.