Books and audio books circulate for a period of three weeks; audiovisual materials circulate for 3 nights or for a weekend. Special arrangements may be made for books on reserve and reference books. E-Readers are available to check out at the circulation desk. They may be borrowed for two weeks. Current issues of magazines and journals remain in the library; past issues circulate overnight or over the weekend. We encourage renewal of materials needed for longer periods of time. Please return all materials on time so that they can be used by others who need them.
Charges for Lost Materials
Charges for lost materials are calculated on the basis of replacement cost for those materials. NOTE: Library materials must be returned or paid for before seniors may graduate.
Students are encouraged to use the internet to find educational resources and to do research for homework assignments. Students may use the computers and laptops for recreational use, but must surrender a computer to another student needing to do research. To use any computer at the school, including the library’s, you must have an active network account and password, which may be obtained from Computing & Robotics Department faculty.
We ask students to respect the community’s need to preserve a quiet and clean atmosphere where all can read and study without being disturbed. Please use cell phones outside of the library. Students who disrupt this atmosphere will be asked to leave; continued disruptions will result in suspension from the library for a period of time.
Group Study Rooms
There are six group study spaces located on both floors of the library. The group study rooms provide students with a place where they can study together in a group. Although students may talk here, excessive loudness may result in expulsion from the library. All other rules for library behavior must be observed.