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Library materials must be checked out before removal from the library. Materials used inside the library must be returned to their original locations or to a book cart.
College computers, printing, and wifi access are restricted to registered students and college employees with an NCC login and password. Access to the NCC network through data jacks is not permitted.
Food is not permitted in the library. Drinks in covered containers are allowed.
Keep your possessions with you at all times. The library is not responsible for theft, damage, or loss of personal possessions. If you believe you have lost an item in the library, go to the East Campus main security desk.
The library is a quiet study area. Group conversations must be kept to a low volume. Phones must be set on silent. Phone conversations are not permitted in the library. Library users are responsible for providing their own headphones for audio use in the library. Headphones that can be heard by other library users are not permitted.
A parent or guardian must supervise children twelve years of age and under at all times, as required by Connnecticut state statute. Unattended children will be reported to campus security.
Rearranged furniture must be returned to its original location. Trash and recycling must be disposed of in the appropriate containers. All materials, computers, furniture, art, plants, etc. in the library are the property of the State of Connecticut. Damage to library materials or the library building will be reported to campus security, and the state police may be involved.
In the event of an emergency, follow directions from library staff for a safe and rapid evacuation. Delays in exiting the library will not be permitted, whether a danger is apparent or not.