In addition to research services and access to top-notch legal resources, the law library strives to provide a space for students and faculty where they can collaborate, study, and research in a safe, comfortable environment. The following policies were created to preserve the collection, equipment, and furnishings for all library users.
Library users are to set mobile phones on non-audible signals and refrain from having phone conversations in the library.
Children and Minors
An emergency situation may make it necessary for parents or guardians to bring children/minors to the library. Children and minors will only be admitted to the Law Library if accompanied by a parent or guardian.
Please do not attempt to solve equipment problems. If a photocopier or microform copier has a paper jam, needs paper or ink or if any other equipment has any problem, please report it to the Circulation Desk immediately.
Food and Drink
The NCCU Law Library Food Policy is intended to maintain a pleasant environment and preserve our collections, while also accommodating student requests to eat while studying in the library. Please respect library spaces by disposing of trash appropriately and reporting spills to library staff.
Allowed in Library:
– Dry, non-perishable snacks (crackers, chips, nuts, candy, etc.)
– Raw fruits and vegetables
– Drinks in lidded, non-spill containers
Not Allowed in Library:
– Takeout, hot meals, food requiring a knife and/or fork (pizza, chicken, salads, etc.)
– Smelly foods (fish, burned popcorn, etc.)
– Drinks in open containers
Patrons who fail to comply with these rules will be asked to take food and drink outside of the library. Repeat offenders will be reported for disciplinary action.
Group Study Rooms
Group study rooms are available for students who need to study together, conduct meetings or work on group projects. Though intended for discussions, the study rooms are not sound proof, so careful monitoring of noise levels is necessary at all times. The eight group study rooms located in the library are scheduled on a first come, first served basis via the MRM link on MyLaw. Contact Staris Best (email@example.com) for more information.
The library encourages quiet conversation and collaborative academic work in designated areas; however, students and patrons should refrain from loud or disruptive conversations or other noisy behavior at all times.
In cases of exceptional or repeated violation of library policies, the Law Library reserves the right to revoke or refuse access to our facilities.
Allow us. Please bring items that need to be re-shelved to the Circulation Desk, or leave them on the book trucks on the library’s upper level.
Unfortunately, we do not have a personal carrel for each student, so be considerate. Do not leave personal items on seating, tables, or in carrels to reserve study space.