HPU Aloha Tower Learning Commons – Rules and Regulations
The Hawaii Pacific University Aloha Tower Learning Commons strives to provide for its users a pleasant and productive environment for individual or collaborative study and research. The following rules have been established to ensure the best use of the HPU Aloha Tower Learning Commons and an environment of learning within:
A user must have a valid HPU ID card to enter and use the HPU Aloha Tower Learning Commons. It is a violation of University Policy to use another individual’s ID card. Any attempt to use another user’s ID card intentionally or unintentionally will result in confiscation of the card.
The HPU Aloha Tower Learning Commons is set aside for student academic purposes and individual or collaborative student course work or study.
Faculty, student clubs, and organizations can contact the
Student Life Office for assistance in locating meeting places. The carrying or consumption of alcoholic beverages is prohibited.
The use of products that contain tobacco or nicotine, such as cigarettes, e-cigarettes, chewing tobacco and like products are prohibited.
Snacks and beverages are permitted (covered beverages only at computer stations). Please enjoy meals outside the HPU Aloha Tower Learning Commons.
All users are required to have footwear.
Users are not allowed to open the printers to put in their own paper. Staff are on hand to refill and restock paper supplies.
Each user is responsible for watching over his/her own personal items. The staff are not responsible for unattended, lost, or stolen items.
Please assist the staff in maintaining the facility by leaving the computer station areas and group work rooms clean, reorganizing the furniture when finished, and cleaning up any trash you may have left.
Defacing or damaging University property will result in immediate termination of user privileges.
Promotion or selling of products, merchandise, or services within Aloha Tower Learning Commons by unauthorized commercial vendors or other individuals are not allowed.
A user who has displayed disruptive or inappropriate behavior, or has interfered with the comfort of other users or staff will be required to leave Aloha Tower Learning Commons.
Broken or faulty equipment should be reported immediately to Aloha Tower Learning Commons staff.
The University Libraries and I.T. Office reserve the right to withdraw the privilege of access or service to a user who has not displayed appropriate behavior, or who fails to abide by established HPU
or Learning Commons policies. Users not affiliated with Hawaii Pacific University may be removed on the grounds of trespassing on private property. Code of Student Conduct