The Evans Library & Learning Commons supports an environment where academic success is encouraged through collaborative learning, quiet conversation, and independent study. Individuals utilizing this space should demonstrate acceptable behavior and respect for the needs of others.
The following “Code of Conduct” has been adopted so that Library patrons may use the facilities in a pleasant and safe environment, conducive to study and research:
Patrons who are disturbed or distracted by the noise or the behavior of those around them should bring the matter to the attention of library staff or consider moving to another area in the building.
At the discretion of staff, disruptive users may be asked to move to another area or leave the Library building entirely. If the patron refuses to comply, Public Safety will be contacted for assistance.
The library staff reserves the right to interpret this code, to apply it, and to change it as necessary.
~ FM Photo ID is needed for most library transactions ~
Failure to abide by this policy may result in the loss of computer and/or library privileges.
Area students have the same borrowing privileges as community users. However, when they are brought to the Library as a class, all materials are signed out under the supervising Media Specialist and/or Subject Teacher with the following conditions:
FMCC Distance Learning students enjoy the same library rights and privileges as on-campus students. They have access to books, periodical articles, research assistance, and reference services directly through Blackboard or via the Library’s Home page, e-mail or telephone (518.736.FMCC (3622) x8059). Go to Evans Library @ Home for more information.
If you do not fit any of the criteria above, please contact us. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
eDevices have 7-day loan periods for currently enrolled FM students.