Answered By: Robert Fitzpatrick Last Updated: Nov 12, 2014 Views: 9
Responsible Use of Facilities and Materials
Library materials are limited resources that must be shared with several thousand other students, and should be treated with care and consideration. You are held accountable for any materials checked out to you that are returned in damaged condition.
Deliberate mutilation or theft of books and periodicals is more than a violation of respect for materials that tuition dollars from you and other potential users have paid for. It is also a violation of state law (RSA 202-A:24) and is subject to disciplinary action. Stealing or defacing library materials is also a violation of academic integrity. For more information on this topic consult the PSU catalog under “Academic Policies and Procedures.” More importantly, if you see anyone defacing materials report this immediately to the Information Desk.
All Plymouth State University students, faculty, staff and Non-PSU patrons are expected to abide by the rules governing student and patron conduct outlined in the student handbook. A copy of these rules is on reserve at the Information Desk.
Staff members are always concerned about the safety of our patrons. Please contact a staff member if you need any assistance.