It is the responsibility of the student to observe all library policies.
Conduct in the Alexander College Library
Alexander College Library strives to achieve the educational directives of the College by providing an environment that is productive and conducive to individual and group learning. The following policies are in place to ensure that the library environment facilitates learning and collaboration.
Complaints of disruptive behavior will be taken seriously and the offending library user may be asked to leave. Behavior that interferes with appropriate use, or interrupts the learning process for other patrons, exhibits a disregard for the dignity of others, and will not be tolerated. Excessive noise, altercations, theft, vandalism, inappropriate sexual behavior, and harassment of any kind are strictly forbidden.
Food and Drink
Behaviour in the Library
Students must be mindful of their behavior and how their behavior can affect other students. Library staff have a right to ask students to leave the library at any time.
If you don’t know or don’t remember where an item is shelved, please bring it to library staff.
Students accessing any inappropriate material will immediately be asked to leave the library and be reported the Director to have their computer privileges revoked.
Please be advised that by using these computers, you are agreeing to adhere to the following AC library computer policies:
A.C. LIBRARY POLICY FOR “7 DAY LOAN/Previous Edition” TEXTBOOKS
Alexander College Library has a collection of previous edition course textbooks on designated shelves at both libraries. They are available to all AC students free of charge.
The purpose of Alexander College’s loan policies is to ensure maximum accessibility and sharing of library collections by all who need them.
A.C. LIBRARY POLICY FOR “3 HOUR LOAN/Course Reserve” TEXTBOOKS
Alexander College Library has a collection of the textbooks used in all of the courses offered at AC. These textbooks are on designated shelves at both libraries. They are available to all AC students free of charge.
***The purpose of Alexander College’s loan policies is to ensure maximum accessibility and sharing of library collections by all who need them.
A.C. LIBRARY POLICY FOR ONLINE SEMESTER
During the online semester, library staff will be regularly renewing items for students so that no late fines will be incurred. Lost and damaged item fines will still apply. Students should not try to return any material to either campus during the online semester. However, they will be expected to return the items when campus re-opens in good condition.