Library Guidelines

Santa maria Campus library Guidelines

  • Library Users are expected to listen and adhere to library staff regarding the interpretation of rules.
  • The count limit for materials is: 6 books, and 4 other materials (most have their own limits)--10 items total. Items are due back at the end of their loan period.  Failure to do so will constitute a misuse of library materials.
  • The two quiet study areas are to remain quiet, the rest of the library accepts noise and collaboration amongst users within reason.  Library staff reserve judgment on what they deem reasonable.
  • 2+ people are required for GROUP study rooms.  The max time allotted for any group is 2 hours.  Room reservations must be made in person, otherwise it is first come first serve.
  • Do not leave valuables unattended - the library is not responsible for any lost or stolen items.
  • An ID card corresponding to the current academic year is required to check out any materials.
  • Food and drinks can be enjoyed in the lobby, must be put away while in the library proper--water in sealable containers is okay.
  • Cell phones should be on silent, and phone calls may be taken in the lobby only.
  • Library computers are for research and school projects.
  • All library visitors are held to the behaviors outlined in the Student Code of Conduct (BP 5500) and behavior counter to these guidelines may result in disciplinary measures as outlined in AP 5520.
  • Misuse of library materials or resources may result in a user’s loss of loan privileges.

Lompoc Valley Center Guidelines

  • Library users are expected to listen and adhere to Library and Tutorial staff regarding the interpretation of rules.
  • The check-out limit for materials is: 6 books, 2 dvds, and 2 cds or audiobooks at one time for a total of 10 items. Items are due back at the end of the loan period.  Failure to do so will constitute a misuse of library materials.
  • The Quiet Study area (east side of library) is to remain quiet, and the rest of the library accepts noise and collaboration amongst users within reason.  Library and Tutorial staff reserve judgment on what they deem reasonable.
  • LVC Library Conference Rooms: 1) Please see the Conference Room Policy located in each conference room. 2) Reservation information is posted on each conference room door. 3) Conference rooms are for studying only, and those seen as not studying may be asked to vacate to allow study groups to use the rooms.
  • Personal items are not to be left unattended - the library is not responsible for any lost or stolen items.
  • A current AHC Student ID card is required to check out any materials and to use OACL computers.
  • Food and drinks can be enjoyed in the foyer or outside, and must be put away while in the library proper. Water in sealable containers is okay.
  • Cell phones should be on silent, and phone calls may be taken outside.
  • Library/OACL computers are for research and school projects. Other use may be deemed as misuse. Students must sign in and place a current AHC Student ID on top of computer monitors.
  • All visitors are held to the behaviors outlined in the Student Code of Conduct (BP 5500) and behavior counter to these guidelines may result in disciplinary measures as outlined in AP 5520.
  • Misuse of library materials or resources may result in a user’s loss of loan privileges.

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Last Modified Feb 25, 2019