Bikes and items with motors are not permitted in the building. The bookstore sells bike locks, and they can be locked up outside.
Hoverboards are not allowed on campus, and definitely not in the library.
Rollerblades, skateboards, unicycles may be carried into the building, but may not be used.
An adult must accompany children under the age of 12 at all time
Children under the age of 12 do not need to be signed in or have an ID. Over the age of 12 must be signed in, if you are unsure please ask a supervisor!
Exception: Jack Valencia (son of Ernesto Valencia, library staff) is allowed access unaccompanied
There are certain questions we are allowed to ask when an animal enters the building:
Is that animal a service animal?
What service is the animal trained to perform?
Generally speaking, if the library user says yes, it’s a service animal, that animal is permitted to enter. Unfortunately, pets and emotional support animals are not permitted. Some patrons with a service animal may have a black dot on their Husky Card indicating they are allowed to have a service animal with them, but not all patrons have this.
If you are unsure about whether or not an animal is a service animal, call the supervisor.
Following University direction, the below are temporary Access Policies in place. These may be changed at a later date
How to add Access Point Transaction
How to open Access Monitor
1. When logged in, click “Student Web”
2. Click on “Access Monitor” to view a snapshot image of patrons as they tap/swipe in
This article from ITS explains how to install and set up CBORD.