Library Policy & Regulations

General Library Rules and Regulations

  • Library opening hours, as determined from time to time, will be posted on the Library’s notice board and main entrance.
  • Users are required to display their ID/staff/matric/membership card throughout their stay in the library. However, staff wearing IIUC official nametags is allowed to enter.
  • Users must be formally and decently attired as defined in the University Dress Code. In summary it states:-“Well groomed and properly attired; excluding the use of slippers and any form of footwear that reflect sloppiness, “sarong” and “T-shirt” without collar for men, and clothing that does not cover the ‘aurat…”
  • Pets are not allowed to enter the Library.
  • Only reading and writing materials can be brought into the Library. Other materials such as bags, umbrellas, parcels, crash helmets, etc., are not to be brought into the library. Such articles may be left in the pigeon holes provided close to the entrance of the Library. Library management accepts no responsibility for loss of any of these items.
  • Hand-phone, walkman, Discman and similar electronic gadgets are not allowed to be brought into the Library.
  • Smoking, eating and drinking is strictly prohibited inside the library.
  • Customers are required to conduct themselves properly and give cooperation to create a pleasant atmosphere in the library conducive for study and research.
  • Silence is to be strictly observed in the Library.
  • Mutilating or stealing Library materials/properties are liable to strict disciplinary action.
  • Reservation of seat is not permitted.
  • Customers are not allowed to remove or change the placement of chairs, tables or any other furniture in the Library.
  • In accordance to the University’s rule, users must conform to the separate seating provided for brothers and sisters.
  • The Library accepts no responsibility for lost of personal belonging(s) left unattended.
  • Official time of the Library, including the basis for determining fines for overdue borrowing will be read according to the Circulation System Clock or the clock at the Borrowing Counter. Should these clocks be out of order, the Library staff shall determine the correct time.
  • The Library staff on duty has the authority to ask any user, who causes disturbance in the Library to leave.
  • Users may be required to show all books and items they carry for inspection at the exit gate before leaving the Library. This is especially so when the exit gate’s alarm rings.
  • Library officers have the authority to bar any person from using library facilities for any infringement of the Library Rules and Regulations.
  • Library Authority may amend Library Rules and Regulations as and when necessary.