The Seattle Central College Library is an ecosystem of workers, students, resources, spaces, and instruction working together so that students have access to information they need to flourish academically, personally, and in community. We welcome diverse voices, approaches, and perspectives to build the knowledge that will make our communities stronger and wiser.
"Only with the interdependency of different strengths, acknowledged and equal, can the power to seek new ways of being in the world generate, as well as the courage and sustenance to act where there are not charters." (Lorde, Sister Outsider, 111)
The library has established the following policy to ensure that we support our library mission and our goal to: “Offer services to integrate a contemplative learning environment with current information technology.” (Developed with input from students in a forum on Student Conduct in the Library.)
Students who feel these rights have been violated should follow the campus student complaint process as described in the Seattle Central College Student Handbook.
Students who violate these responsibilities will be asked to discontinue the behavior. Students who do not cooperate will be subject to the Student Conduct Procedures described in the Seattle Central College Student Handbook.