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Library Policies

Access Policy for Non-Affiliated Borrowers of the Cal Poly Humboldt University LibraryNon-affiliated borrowers are defined as anyone not currently employed by, or attending, Cal Poly Humboldt. Retired staff and emeritus faculty are still considered affiliated. There is a separate policy for alumni borrowing.
Borrow & Renew PoliciesThe Cal Poly Humboldt Library loans a wide variety of materials to our patrons, including books, journals, theses, government documents, and several formats of multimedia. 
Lactation Room PolicyThis space is a clean, comfortable, safe, and private space for breastfeeding mothers to pump or nurse. Check out the key for 2 hours.
Library Labs Policy for UseThe primary purpose of the L121 lab is to provide instruction for library and research skills. The primary purpose of the L308 Library Learning Lab is for students, faculty, and staff to collaborate and for instruction related group projects. Please see the priorities for lab use.
Library Exhibits PolicyIn furthering its educational mission, the University Library maintains a program of exhibits and displays.
Policy for Responsible Computing in the Cal Poly Humboldt University LibraryThe use of Library computing resources is governed by the Guidelines for Responsible Computing at Cal Poly Humboldt (Appropriate Use Policy) contained in University Management Letter 01-02 (April 2001) and the CSU Information Security Policy (April 19, 2010).
Posting of Publicity in Public Areas of the LibraryIt is the policy of Cal Poly Humboldt Library to provide specific areas for posting of appropriate communications to library users.
 Public Use PolicyThe mission of the Library at Cal Poly Humboldt is to provide the information, collections, and services that are necessary to support the instructional programs, research, and outreach services of Cal Poly Humboldt.
User Privacy Policy of the Cal Poly Humboldt University LibraryIt is the policy of the Cal Poly Humboldt University Library to respect the privacy of all users to the extent permitted by law. The Library will not reveal the identities of individual users (names, addresses, telephone numbers, social security numbers) or reveal what information sources or services they consult (books checked out, questions asked), to anyone outside of the organization unless required to by law.