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
Any LRC user who violates
prohibited behaviors listed below is subject to removal from the premises and/or
being reported to the Dean and/or COS police:
§ Loud 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)
§ Using cell phones or 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
§ Being disrespectful to or harassing any student or staff
member in the LRC
§ Consuming food (drinks with lids are permitted)
§ Soliciting or selling in the LRC buildings
§ Leaving children unsupervised in the LRC
§ Bringing animals in the LRC building
Note: Service animals and service animals in
training are permitted.
LRC Materials and Equipment
peak hours, the LRC computers may only be used only for academic research and
coursework activity. Users in violation of this rule may be asked to
leave the LRC and/or have their login accounts suspended.
computers will not be used to view web sites that contain pornography, real or
animated. Users 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
desks can disconnect or break electrical connections built into the furniture. Any chair moved will need to be returned it
to its original position.
LRC users subject to immediate removal for committing or
attempting to commit a serious/illegal offense, including assault, battery,
theft, vandalism, sexual offenses, offensive touching, stalking or threatening
behavior, use of alcohol or controlled substances.
Consult the COS Board
Policy (BP 5500) Standards
of Conduct for more information regarding student behavior.