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Chapter 132W-168 WAC

Last Update: 6/25/01


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HTMLPDF132W-168-010Library loans.
HTMLPDF132W-168-020Loss and damage.
HTMLPDF132W-168-040Prohibited entry.


Library loans.

Materials from the college library-media center are checked out only to the following groups.
(1) All currently registered students of the college;
(2) All current faculty and administrative staff members;
(3) All persons currently employed in classified staff positions;
(4) All holders of currently valid courtesy cards.
(5) All (verified) residents of District 15
This latter group includes members of the board of trustees, community educators whose work might necessitate usage of library-media materials, and other individuals who show a particular need for specialized items in the library-media collections which are not available elsewhere; They may check-out print materials only. No audio-visual material checkout or computer access.
(6) Students from other institutions with which the college library-media center has a reciprocal lending agreement through a "shared use plan." This group may use materials on a loan basis at the discretion of the circulation supervisor who will determine lending priorities based upon the current usage of individual items by Wenatchee Valley College students.
[Statutory Authority: Chapter 28B.50 RCW. WSR 01-14-016, § 132W-168-010, filed 6/25/01, effective 7/26/01.]


Loss and damage.

In cases where damage or loss of library material occurs, the patron will be assessed the replacement cost. When materials are not returned, holds are placed on the transcript records of those involved. In extreme cases, when expensive or valuable items are involved, the provisions of RCW 27.12.340 concerning willfully retaining library materials may be invoked.
[Statutory Authority: Chapter 28B.50 RCW. WSR 01-14-016, § 132W-168-020, filed 6/25/01, effective 7/26/01.]



The library shall have the right to inspect packages, brief cases, containers, articles, and materials leaving the building to prevent the unauthorized removal of library resources. The inspection may be done by persons or devices designed to detect unauthorized removals.
[Statutory Authority: Chapter 28B.50 RCW. WSR 01-14-016, § 132W-168-030, filed 6/25/01, effective 7/26/01.]


Prohibited entry.

The library shall have the right to prevent entry of foods and beverages, animals (except for service animals) or other things detrimental to the library purpose.
[Statutory Authority: Chapter 28B.50 RCW. WSR 01-14-016, § 132W-168-040, filed 6/25/01, effective 7/26/01.]