The USC Libraries provide services, facilities, and technological resources in support of the university's educational, research, clinical, artistic, professional, and community-service goals. The following policies, governing the use of the facilities and collections, reflect this mission. The libraries' staff is committed to maintaining a quality study and research environment, protecting the rights of users, and sustaining the integrity of its collections. You will be asked to present a photo ID in order to enter some of our libraries. In addition to the policies noted below, university-wide policies and civil laws related to facilities and collections vandalism apply. Members of the USC community (current USC students, faculty, staff, and alumni) with valid university-issued identification may use any USC library during operating hours. The general public may use the libraries for academic and research-related purposes when resources are not in use by or reserved for USC students, faculty, staff, alumni, or other members of the USC community. Members of the general public will be asked to show a photo ID to enter some of our libraries. Please note: Only USC students, faculty, staff, alumni, and sponsored guests may be present in libraries open after 9:00 p.m. or before 7:00 a.m. All patrons will be asked to present their physical USCard, digital USCard + a government issued picture ID (for USC students enrolled in USC’s online programs), an Alumni Association physical or digital card + a government issued picture ID, or library-issued USC identification during these times. For further information about access to campus, please check the University's policy at https://policy.usc.edu/campus-access. Selected collections, resources, workstations, and services are reserved for the exclusive use of USC community members. Other special usage rules may apply. Please consult with staff in applicable locations. Public computer workstations in the USC Libraries are for research use only and are not intended for extended personal use. Computer access requires a USC computer account. USC students, staff, and faculty should use the same login information they use for their USC email accounts. Visitors not affiliated with USC can request access to information kiosk computers (stand-up terminals only) at the circulation desk in the Doheny Library. Please note: guest login expires automatically after 30 minutes. Guest login may be renewed at staff discretion for an additional 30 minutes, for a total of 60 minutes per day. Group study rooms are for use by current USC students only, and can be reserved online. Individuals who wish to film or photograph within a library facility must obtain the permission of the libraries' facilities staff. Such requests will be accommodated only if the proposed activity results in minimal impact to the facility‘s environment for research and study. For student filming, review the approval process. Please respect the USC Libraries food and drinks policy Students, faculty, staff, and visitors must abide by the pets on university property policy and the Service animals on campus policy. Anyone engaging in disruptive behavior or otherwise undermining a studious atmosphere of our libraries may be asked to leave. Disruptive behavior includes but is not limited to verbal abuse, loud talking, shouting, running, use of skateboards or self-balancing scooter board, or any other activity that might disturb the safety and work of others. Determination of disruptive behavior is at the discretion of library staff and DPS when appropriate. Anyone who mutilates, defaces, tears, writes on, or otherwise injures any library material or facility may lose library privileges. They also may face appropriate administrative action within the university as well as prosecution under state law. The USC Libraries reserve the right to refuse access and borrowing privileges to any person who fails to observe libraries regulations. Display of posters, distribution of literature, or solicitation is prohibited except in designated areas or with the permission of the head of the relevant library unit.