Albin O. Kuhn Library & Gallery
Users are required to swipe their currently active, valid UMBC photo ID cards or be an accompanied guest of a UMBC student, faculty, or staff.
Non-accompanied guests are not permitted and UMBC students, faculty, and staff must swipe for access. Do not open the door for persons knocking or asking for access. Do not admit people you do not know. Access control is the first step to maintaining safety and security within RLC. Report unauthorized users to campus police; (410) 455-5555 or ext. 5-5555 (on campus phone).
The card swipe system identifies card owners and keeps user logs; the video monitoring system retains images of activities in the RLC.
The Retriever Learning Center prohibits activities that:
All patrons, including public visitors, are expected to be familiar with and abide by all RLC, Library and University policies, rules, and use requirements.
Who May Use the RLC? Use of the RLC is a privilege provided only to current UMBC students, faculty, and staff, and their guests. This privilege is revocable.
Guests must be accompanied at all times by their UMBC student, faculty, or staff host. Unaccompanied guests are not permitted and will be removed from the RLC. Hosts are responsible for their guests and their actions.
For your safety and security: (Area is monitored by video cameras)
Call 410-455-5555 or ext. 55555 (on campus phone) to contact University Police. In case of an emergency: use the yellow phone or press panic button in bathroom. NEVER leave items unattended. UMBC is not responsible for any stolen or lost items.
University Police Escort: call 410-455-5555 to arrange for escort to campus housing or car.
Staff may remove unattended bags and for safety and security reasons.
NO OVER NIGHT SLEEPING
Access to the lower level is available only from the Library's 2nd floor, using the elevator, or the stairs (near the Serials service desk, next to the Atrium) in the Serials Department.
Library staff and administration reserve the right to enforce these guidelines consistent with University policy, including the UMBC Code of Student Conduct - https://conduct.umbc.edu/resources/student-code-of-conduct/ and Academic Policies/Student Rights and Responsibilities
Please send questions or concerns to firstname.lastname@example.org.