The following is a list of PDF documents that outline the College's policy on academic integrity:
ITS provides information regarding acceptable computer use on campus (which includes the Library):
In order to provide an environment conducive to research and quiet study, the Brooklyn College Library prohibits the following activities:
Silent cell phone activity is permitted everywhere. Please switch ringers and notifications off or to vibrate. If you need to take or make a quick call, please keep your voice low. If you are in an extended conversation on your cell phone, please move to any public stairwell, the areas around elevators, the Circulation area or the hallway behind the Reserve Reading Room.
These rules are important to insure your safety as well as the safety of others:
Food and beverages can damage library collections and equipment with spills and messes, and they attract rodents and other unwanted pests. Food odors and sounds are also annoying to other users.
No food is allowed in the Brooklyn College Library. All drinks must have lids. No eating or drinking (including water) is permitted in the Archives and Special Collections Reading Room. Only water is permitted at public computers.
The Lost & Found drawer at the Reference Desk should be emptied nightly by the CA on duty until closing. Items in the drawer should be brought to the Circulation Desk. Lost and found items are eventually removed from the Circulation Desk and brought to the Security Office.
No photographs, videotapes or films may be reproduced, distributed, or sold without permission from the Library. Please contact Professor Miriam Deutch at 718-951-5221 or email@example.com for further information.
In compliance with the campus-wide policy on smoking, patrons are prohibited from smoking anywhere inside the Library or any other Brooklyn College building.
For those who wish to smoke, canisters are located at major entrances where cigarettes can be extinguished before entering college buildings. Your cooperation in promoting the health and well-being of the entire Brooklyn College community is vital and very much appreciated.
The Office of Testing does through its Distance Learning Examination Program.
Please direct persons in wheelchairs to the 1st floor elevator across from Special Collections. Take this elevator to the 4th floor and follow the sign to the Library. The Multipurpose room is to the right of the Library Administration suite.
Alternatively, persons can take the main elevators to the 4th floor, enter the 4th floor reading room, and go down the ramp to the door on the right. The rear door of the Multipurpose would have to be opened for wheelchair access.