Cell phone guidelines for the Entire Building
Designated Cellular Phone Use Areas
In order to maximize the ability of students to study in the library, it is necessary to have specific areas designated as quiet study space. Because of this, cellular phone use is allowed only in:
Cellular phones are prohibited in all other areas of the building.
Though cellular phone use is allowed in specific areas (see list above), it is important to remember that using cellular phones in a loud or disruptive manner is prohibited in the Campus Library. When disruptive behavior is identified a supervisor or librarian will take the appropriate steps to discontinue the disruption. See the UW Libraries Code of Conduct for more information.
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