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Library: Behavior Policy

It is the policy of the Guggenheim Memorial Library to maintain an atmosphere conducive to reading, research, and study. Library users must refrain from unacceptable and disruptive behaviors which impinge on the safety, rights, and needs of others.  

Unacceptable behaviors include inappropriate use of cell phones; excessive noise; consumption of food, beverages, or tobacco products (including e-cigs) in unauthorized areas; mutilation or theft of library materials or property; disorderly, threatening, or violent behavior; accessing inappropriate websites; and, any other behavior that interferes with a patron’s use of the library. 

Any individual exhibiting unacceptable behavior will be asked to curb such behavior and/or leave the library. If necessary, the campus police will be notified.