Suggestions and Comments
DATE: November 19, 2007
SUBJECT: Children in the Library
I would like to suggest that non-student, non-faculty and non-staff should not be permitted into the library because they are not invlolved with the university and therefore, do not pay fees. I am really aggrivated with trying to study and being interrupted by mothers bringing crying babies and young children into sit next to me. I am a student, trying to get a degree and further my education. I am not going to the library with children to play games and interrupt others and I do not appreciate it when others do that to me. Also, why do I have to pay a fee for the library, when I am not even able to enjoy it? Make outsiders pay too!
we please enforce the quiet floors. I guess not all college
students can read and they do not understand how to be quiet, but it is not
my job to quiet them down... I don\'t work there, you do! Thank you
for ruining the old library and creating a non-academic, annoying disrepsectful
place to not study. Good job.
Thank you for your comments about the Library. The Henderson Library has a policy that prevents children from causing disruption in the Library. We also have made second and third floors quiet floors in our temporary quarters. If your work is being disrupted for either reason, please report the problem to the nearest service desk. If for some reason you don't feel you get a satisfactory response from desk personnel, please contact me or the dean of the Library and one of us will assist you. We appreciate your patience as our growing pains continue until some time in 2008.
If you have other comments or questions, please contact me.
Associate Dean of the Library and Associate University Librarian
Office of the Dean