The ERAU Hunt Library seeks to provide the University community with the best possible environment for research and study. Library patrons and staff expect to have:
Therefore, all patrons are expected to adhere to the following policies:
Animals: Only animals in training or being used to assist people with disabilities are allowed in the library.
Cell Phones: Audible cell phone and other electronic devices are prohibited in designated quiet study areas.
Children under the age of 10 must be accompanied by a responsible adult, 18 years or older.
Computer Use: Patrons are expected to use computing resources in a manner consistent with the educational and research goals of the university and adhere to state and federal laws. Viewing or displaying inappropriate or offensive materials is prohibited.
Criminal Behavior: The Campus Safety department and/or outside law enforcement authorities will be notified to address criminal behavior including but not limited to: assault, verbal threats, possession of weapons (simulated or real), public indecency, sexual harassment, theft of library books or property, vandalism, intoxication, possession of drugs and viewing child pornography.
Damage to Library Property: The following behavior which may damage library equipment, collections, or facilities is prohibited: defacing library materials, equipment, furniture or facilities by marking, cutting, underlining, removing page,s or removal of security devices.
Disruptive Behavior: The following conduct is prohibited in the library:
Emergency Procedures: Patrons are expected to comply with ERAU emergency procedures during emergency situations or dangerous weather conditions.
Food and Beverages: Food and non-alcoholic beverages in securely covered containers are allowed. Not reporting spills and/or leaving a mess by being careless with food and beverages is prohibited.
Personal Belongings: Leaving personal belongings unattended for any length of time is prohibited. Items left unattended for more than 15 minutes may be taken to the campus safety lost and found office.
Tobacco Use: Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University is proud to be a Tobacco Free Campus. University policy prohibits the use of tobacco products anywhere on University owned or lease property including buildings, parking lots, and personal vehicles.
Enforcement and consequences
Violations may be referred to the Dean of Students for adjudication and appropriate action.