Learning Resource Center Code of Conduct
Learning Resource Center (LRC) strives to promote an environment that is
suitable for individual and group study, reading, and research activity at all
locations. Behaviors that prohibit or interfere with such activity will not
be tolerated. Any LRC patron who violates prohibited behaviors below
is subject to removal from the premises and/or being reported to
the Dean of Students and/or COS police.
talking, or engaging in noisy or boisterous activities that interfere with or
are disruptive to other students’ use of the LRC (e.g. yelling, excessive
noise, loud conversations or laughter, obscene or abusive language, use of
music devices without effective head phones)
cell phones, pagers, and other communication devices in a manner that disturbs
Others. Cell phones should be on silent mode while
inside any LRC building. See Administrative Procedure 5510.
disrespectful to, or harassing any student or staff member in the LRC.
food (drinks with lids are permitted)
children unsupervised in the LRC
inside of the LRC are prohibited except for those used as service animals (or
service animals in training).
LRC Materials and Equipment
peak hours LRC computers may be used only for academic research and coursework
activity. Only those students with a COS ID card may use the
computers. Students in violation of this rule may be asked to leave the
LRC and/or have their login accounts suspended.
computers may not be used to view web sites that contain pornography, real or
animated. Students in violation of this rule may be asked to leave the LRC
and/or have their login accounts suspended.
installation of software on LRC computers is prohibited. Students in violation
of this rule may be asked to leave the LRC and/or have their login accounts
LRC furniture or equipment without authorization from an LRC staff member.
A person will be immediately expelled for committing or attempting
to commit a
Serious/illegal offense, including assault, battery,
theft, vandalism, sexual offenses, offensive touching, stalking or threatening
behavior, the use of alcohol or controlled substances.
Consult the COS Board
Policy (BP 5500) Standards
of Conduct for more information regarding student behavior.