The Mott Library provides access to reliable information and expert services that support student and lifelong learning in a welcoming environment.
Mott Community College students are the Library's primary constituency. The needs of MCC students have priority over other patrons who are granted library privileges for the purpose of research, quiet study, or personal enrichment. All library users are expected to respect the rights and property of others and to treat library resources and facilities with appropriate care and respect. Children are welcome to visit the library, but for their safety they must be supervised by an adult at all times. Minor children (under the age of 18) are not allowed in the library computer lab.
Behaviors that infringe upon the rights of library users or staff are prohibited. Prohibited activities and behaviors include, but are not limited to, the following:
Library users found in violation of the Library Code of Conduct may be:
Disciplinary or legal action may also be taken in accordance with applicable laws and policies.
Federal and Michigan State laws, local regulations and Mott Community College policies, including the Student Code of Conduct, Acceptable Use Policy, and Workplace Violence and Sexual Harassment policies, apply within the Mott library. All referenced campus policies may be found at www.mcc.edu.
Serious offenses will be handled accordingly.