Items stored in a locker are the responsibilities of the locker user. The library is not responsible for items lost, stolen or damaged while stored in lockers;
No modification may be made to the interior or exterior of lockers;
Lockers may not be shared. The student assigned to a locker is responsible for its content.
Materials that can be stored in lockers
Personal books, stationeries, and research materials may be stored in lockers
Regular circulating items currently checked out to the student may be kept in the locker.
Materials that CANNOT be stored in lockers
Food or drink may not be kept in lockers.
Items with a noticeable or annoying odor may not be kept in the lockers.
Electronic devices stored in lockers, such as cell phones, should be turned off to avoid a noisy distraction for other patrons.
Library material not checked out to the student should not be kept in the lockers, such as journals, reference books, and other non-circulating materials.
Patron Service staff reserves the right to inspect the contents of a locker. Upon inspection, items not in compliance with this policy will be removed from the locker. Lack of compliance to this policy could result in the loss of the locker privilege.
Lost keys are charged a replacement fee of $75.
All students terminating their use of assigned lockers should return their key to the Multimedia Center Service Desk.
Final checkout/non-renewal (terminating use of assigned lockers)
Items left in lockers after final checkout/non-renewal of the locker will be removed and placed in lost and found. Unclaimed items will be turned over to Campus Safety.
Lockers must be left in the same condition at the end of the occupation as they were when the lockers were issued.
Keys that are not returned following non-renewal are subject to a replacement fee of $75.