The California State University San Marcos Library provides computer workstations to support the scholarly activities of California State University San Marcos' faculty, students and staff. Workstations are to be used for legitimate campus business. Priority use of library computer workstations is for those doing research.

Please refrain from:

  • Sending recreational e-mail.
  • Engaging in chat.
  • Playing recreational games.

Except for purposes of scholarly research, refrain from:

  • Displaying messages, images or sounds that could create an atmosphere of discomfort or harassment for those around you.
  • Transmitting messages containing: obscene, offensive or discriminatory material.
  • Exposing others to material and images that might be considered offensive or could violate state or federal law or university policies.

At all times be sensitive to the public nature of shared computer workstations.

Library workstations must be used in accordance with the California State University "Computer Equipment Access Policy" and in accordance with United States and California statutes of law. Library Internet access is based upon the First Amendment of the US Constitution and American Library Association documents, including The Library Bill of Rights.

Damaging or removing equipment is a crime and will be prosecuted.