Unattended Children in the Library
- In accordance with FSC Personnel Policy 101.10, Children in the Workplace, college employees may not leave their children in the library unattended. In addition to the campus' personnel policy, no child 13 or younger may be left unsupervised in the library. Parents or guardians are expected to monitor the activities and behavior of their children at all times and are responsible for the safety and security of their children. Library staff cannot assume responsibility for the safety and comfort of unattended children.
1. A child 13 or younger must be directly supervised by a responsible adult while in the library building, who will maintain constant visual contact with the child. This adult will be responsible for any damage to property done by the child.
2. If a child is left unattended in the library and staff are aware of the identity of that child's parent or guardian, an attempt will be made to contact the parent or guardian. If the parent or guardian cannot be contacted or is unidentified, a staff member will notify campus safety.
3. Florida Southern College students, faculty, and staff have priority use of computers and materials.
Binding of Student Papers
Roux Library will bind and scan for preservation major papers written by current Florida Southern College students. A major paper is defined as a written document that involved significant, original research for a capstone course, an Honors Thesis, a summer collaborative research project, or other approved scholarly endeavor. It is expected that papers of this sort will include a bibliography and/or footnotes as appropriate. The library reserves the right to reject binding requests that do not meet these standards. Please see the following document for current costs and other requirements.
Roux Library Requirements for Binding of Student Papers
Interlibrary Loan Services and Request Form