Q. Are kids allowed in the library?
Thank you for your question about children in the library.
The answer is that every campus library may have slightly different rules about when or if children can be in the library with a student, so your best bet is to access the website for your campus library or ask them directly.
According to the Baker College Student Handbook:
Children on Campus
Children may come into the building rather than be left unattended in
a vehicle while a parent/guardian conducts college business, drops
off an assignment, etc. Children may not accompany students who
are on campus to attend class, to study, conduct library research, or
participate in other class-related activities. Children may not be left
unattended anywhere on campus, especially in the Student Center or
Academic Resource Center. Children are not allowed to use College
resources including computers and printers.
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