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About the QV Library

Community User Policy

The QVCC Library welcomes community users.  Local community residents who are high school age or older may register as library borrowers (see Circulation Policy).  

Community users may use one of the library’s five public computers to access the Internet.  Community users may not use library computers which require a student log-in. 

Public computers access the Internet only and do not have access to Microsoft Office software or similar open-source software.  Use of library public computers is extended to community users for short periods of time only and is provided as a service for those needing to access academic information.  Community users may not use library public computers for extended periods of time and specific public computer uses may be further restricted at the discretion of library staff.  Public computers may not be used for gaming or commercial purposes.   

Library staff reserves the right to limit community patrons’ use of all library resources, including physical collections, public computers, and printers.  Community users who do not comply with staff requests will be asked to leave the library.  Disruptive community patrons will be reported to the appropriate Dean (see Disruptive Behavior Policy.)