MCLA full- and part-time students, faculty, and staff
Community members (see our community borrowers policy for more information)
HELM Library patrons
Faculty Collection DVDs: Library Viewing only for Students, Alumni, and Community Members
Items cannot be renewed if you have any fees on your account.
Check our Interlibrary Loan page for information on how to borrow materials that MCLA does not own.
Three study rooms are available for student use in Freel Library. These rooms are intended to support collaborative projects and assignments. While other uses are permitted, those who are working together on a group project may receive priority.
About the rooms:
All rooms have whiteboards and markers.
BEFORE YOU BORROW A LIBRARY LAPTOP, PLEASE BE AWARE OF THE FOLLOWING:
Freel Library strives to create an environment where all patrons are welcomed, respected, and treated equitably. We ask that library patrons join us in this effort.
Library patrons are expected to observe MCLA policies as well as state and federal laws and to behave in a way that maintains an environment conducive to work and study.
Patrons who prefer a quieter study environment are encouraged to study upstairs or in a quiet area on the lower level.
Library staff will speak with patrons whose behavior in a given study area is disrupting others’ ability to work. Library staff reserve the right to determine what constitutes disruptive behavior. Patrons unwilling or unable to observe these policies may be asked to leave the building.
Food and drink are permitted in the library. Please respect custodial and library staff, as well as other library patrons, by cleaning up after yourself and promptly alerting library staff of any spills.
Please approach any member of the library staff if violations of these policies are affecting your ability to use and enjoy library spaces, collections, or services.
Questions and comments about these policies may be directed to the Associate Dean for Library Services.
See also the following MCLA Policies:
Thank you for considering donating your materials to Freel Library.