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Policies: Callahan Library

Please respect other library users' need for quiet and turn off cell phones or set them to vibrate as you enter the library.

If you must use a cell phone in the library, please move to one of the quiet study rooms or a public space away from study and computer areas.

If library staff receives complaints about cell phone use, you will be asked to take the call outside.

Food and drink pose a threat to library equipment, collections and furnishings. Therefore, food is not allowed in the library.

Beverages in sealed, spill proof containers are allowed. Please keep beverages away from library computers.

The Library faculty and staff reserve the right to politely ask anyone who is disturbing others to lower their voices, cease eating activities or move to another area. If an individual or group does not comply with a request from a library faculty or staff member the library faculty or staff member can:
  • Ask for the student's SJC ID card.
  • Ask the student to leave the Library.
  • Call Security.

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Policies: McEntegart Library

McEntegart Hall Library is for use by St. Joseph's students, faculty, staff and alumni.

The use of cell phones are allowed in the Reading Room on the 1st floor; however, the voice level needs to be kept low and the ringers need to be turned to silent at all time, as courtesy to other patrons. The use of cell phones is prohibited on the 2nd and 3rd floors of the Library.

For more information, please refer to the Library Users Policy manual for guidelines regarding patrons' use.

No food and/or drinks are allowed in the library with the exception of bottled water. Spill-proof containers are strongly encouraged.

For more information, please refer to the Library Users Policy manual for guidelines regarding patrons' use.

The Library staff is NOT responsible for any personal items left unattended by members of the SJC community and their guests. Unattended items in common areas, conference rooms, Group Study Rooms, or study areas will be turned over to Security in McEntegart Hall.

All flash drives left and/or found in the library will be kept at the Circulation Desk. Any flash drives remaining at the end of the semester will be turned over to security.

For more information, please refer to the Library Users Policy manual for guidelines regarding patrons' use.

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