We strive for CCC Library to be a safe, welcoming, and inclusive space for all. In order to achieve this goal, all visitors are expected to meet library use expectations.
Food and drink are allowed in the lounge area by the circulation desk. Covered drinks, non fragrant/non messy or overly involved foods may be allowed around the computers, in the private study carols, and in the study rooms, but library staff reserves the right at anytime to request the food and drink to be put away or disposed of in the trash.
Animals are not allowed in buildings unless they are service animals.
CCC Library follows the CCC Board policy GBPA regarding Children on Campus.
"Minors who are brought to any College campus site by a responsible adult, including parking area, are not to be left unattended or unsupervised; and the adult assumes all liability for the child’s welfare and negligence. Child care is the responsibility of the adult and not the College. This regulation does not prohibit College premises from being used as it is intended by any customer of the College (i.e. library)."
Use the steps and form below if you wish to voice concern about an item(s) in the CCC Library collection.
Process for stating your concern:
In keeping with the mission of Clackamas Community College, the primary mission of the college library is to provide well-balanced and relevant collections of information resources and services to support instructional programs and assists patrons in the effective utilization of these resources. The library also provides for the general information needs of students, staff, and community patrons.
The mission of the College is to serve the people of the college district with high quality education and training opportunities that are accessible to all students, adaptable to changing needs, and accountable to the community we serve.
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