In consideration of other Library patrons, cell phone use is only allowed in the L/LRC Rotunda.
Patrons who violate this policy will be asked by Library Staff to immediately discontinue the call or move to the approved area. Patrons who continue to violate the policy will be asked to leave the Library.
Cypress College celebrates the presence of many children in the lives of our campus family and the college is committed to doing everything possible to ensure the health, safety and well being of all children.
The college manages its campus primarily for adults and is not held responsible for supervising children. Furthermore, students and faculty expect to be able to conduct their activities in an academic environment. Therefore, any parent or guardian who brings a child to Cypress College must adhere strictly to established guidelines. A parent or guardian can be any student, faculty or staff member, vendor, or campus visitor.
For purposes of these child-protection guidelines, the term “child” applies to any person under the age of 18 who is not otherwise enrolled in a program or course at Cypress College, including programs/courses offered by the School of Continuing Education.
As used in this section, computing resources include (but are not limited to): Enterprise server terminals, personal computers, local area networks (LANs), printers, CD-ROM drives, cables, connections, software applications such as word processing, database and spreadsheet programs, library catalogs, full-text databases, telecommunication packages, all Internet resources and services, and all other computer equipment and software.
Individual computing centers maintain their own specific policies regarding the use of their resources. Users of individual computing centers are to follow these policies. Users who establish individual computer accounts for use of Internet email or other applications will be required to sign an agreement to abide by the policies of the computing center issuing those accounts.
The acceptable use policy is intended to establish and declare the personal responsibility of every individual who uses any computing resource at Cypress College. By making this policy public and available to all users of computing resources on the campus, Cypress College and its designated representatives reserve the right to confiscate any or all computing privileges from any individual who refuses to follow the guidelines for responsible computing use. Cypress College also reserves the right to limit, restrict, or deny access to any and all computing resources as the individual situation may require.
The following guidelines are to be followed by every individual who makes use of computing resources at Cypress College:
Group study rooms are intended for Cypress College students working on course-related assignments in groups of 2 or more.
Room reservations are held for 15 minutes only. The Library reserves the right to allow another student to reserve this room if you are more than 15 minutes late.
As a courtesy, please cancel your reservation if you know you no longer need it. By canceling the reservation, this allows you to make another reservation in the same week without penalty. You will find more information on how to cancel in your confirmation email.
The Cypress College L/LRC maintains an exhibit case and display unit in the first floor Rotunda of the L/LRC. Funding for the display unit was provided by the Diversity Committee and the Library.
The exhibits and displays should be appropriate to an academic setting.
Exhibits and displays may reflect the unique personal expression(s) and composition ideas of the displayer, respective of the ACRL policy, “Free of information and of creative expression should be reflected in library exhibits and in all relevant library policy.” (ACRL Intellectual Freedom Principles for Academic Libraries, item #7).
The monthly displays are to be scheduled by a Learning Resources staff member or the Diversity Committee’s library representative, with final approval from the Diversity Committee’s library representative. The person or department or committee responsible for planning and setting up a display/exhibit is also responsible for removing materials within two days of the end of the scheduled time. A form is to be filled out by the prospective displayer prior to the display date. This will include the identity of the displayer and a brief description of the theme and/or contents of the proposed exhibit/display, the dates of the display and the contact information. Posters and flyers announcing events on campus are to be submitted to the LRC desk for approval. LRC staff will place the posters or flyers on the display unit with any handouts related to the event and will remove them after the scheduled events.The exhibit case will be locked. Please ask the LRC desk for access to the exhibit case.
The Library welcomes gifts and donations which add strength to the collection and meet the same selection criteria outlined for the purchase of new materials. Generally, gifts which impose limitation on housing, handling, or disposition cannot be accepted. Library personnel will not issue appraisals of gift materials for tax or any other purpose. Materials not added to the collection will be given to other libraries, appropriate faculty, or on occasion, given to students.
For additional information, please contact the reference librarian at (714) 484-7069.
Renewals may not be available if the item is considered high-use or if other students are waiting to use the material. You may check with the staff at Circulation for more information at: email@example.com