Using Andersen Library
Andersen Library is open to the public. A valid university ID card or community borrower's card is required to check out materials. The patron on whose card an item is checked out is responsible for that item. Patrons may borrow any circulating item; however, newspapers, magazines, and microforms do not circulate.
Theft or mutilation of materials is a misdemeanor or felony and covered by Wisconsin Statute 943.61. All security incidents will be reported to University officials.
Please handle library materials with care. Food and drink may damage library materials and are forbidden in computer workstation areas.
Patrons should be careful not to disturb others or to prevent them from concentrating on their work. Cell phone calls should be taken in the main lobby (outside the doors) or stairwells. Cell phone ringers should be turned off while in the library.
Children under the age of 16 may not use the Andersen Library without an accompanying adult supervision. Exceptions to this are made for those participating in recognized University of Wisconsin-Whitewater programs and K-12 visiting classes.
Students, staff and faculty may access library resources from within the library or remotely using their NetID and password. Non-university patrons may use these resources from within the Library.
Service Dogs are welcome in the Andersen Library, however, comfort and therapy animals are not allowed outside of scheduled events hosted by the Library. Service dogs must be on a leash at all times. Please refer to the Service Animal Policy located in the UW-Whitewater University Policies Resources Handbook: http://www.uww.edu/policies/service-animal-policy
Andersen Library reserves the right to suspension of library privileges.
- Using Andersen Library
- Borrowing & Returning Library Materials
- Phone Use Policy
- Computer Use Policy
- Television Use Policy
- PATRIOT Act Policy
- Library Instruction Lab Policy
- Policy Statement: Public Service for Federal Depository Electronic Publications
- Requests for Information from Library Staff