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The Amherst College Library is committed to protecting the privacy of its users. Our policies conform to the Code of Ethics of the American Library Association, which provides this statement of the library community's commitment to privacy:
We protect each library user's right to privacy and confidentiality with respect to information sought or received, and materials consulted, borrowed, acquired or transmitted.
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Our commitment to user privacy extends to our agreements with online content providers and includes support for the International Coalition of Library Consortia (ICOLC) Privacy Guidelines for Electronic Resource Providers. When using the services of an external provider, the privacy policies of that provider will apply.
Food & drink in the library
- Food and beverages may be brought into the Frost Library and the Keefe Science Library, but NOT into:
- Archives and Special Collections (Level A in the Frost Library)
- Morgan Music Library (second floor of the Arms Music building)
- Olds Math Library (fifth floor of the Seeley G. Mudd building)
- Exercise caution while eating and drinking. Please protect the building and its contents from spills.
- Dispose of all containers, utensils and leftovers in the appropriate trash receptacle or recycling bin.
- Be considerate of other patrons.
- Under no circumstances should you store any food or drink in the library, including in lockers.