Children on Campus
Children should not be brought to the campus in lieu of appropriate child care. The College will not accommodate the care of children while parents are working or attending class and children should not be left unattended in any college location. Since the College and its staff cannot be responsible for the safety and welfare of children, parents or guardians should make arrangements for them off-campus. Children should not be brought into classrooms, laboratories, the Testing Center or the Tutoring Center, because of disruption of instruction or study, exposure to material unsuitable for children, and possible danger to the children. Children on campus must be supervised by a parent or guardian at all times, and the parent or guardian is responsible for seeing that the children are mindful of others using College facilities.
Policy for Children in the Libraries
Children under twelve may not be left in the library unsupervised by a parent or adult guardian. The guardian must be at least 16 years old, and must have a picture ID showing birth date.