Conduct Policy

Coronavirus Pandemic

Face coverings are highly encouraged indoors.

The Zell B. Miller Learning Center provides facilities, equipment and services in support of the instruction, research, and service missions of the University of Georgia community. Users have the right to expect a safe, pleasant and productive environment for research and study. Users are expected to abide by the rules established by the University and the University of Georgia Code of Conduct. An extension of these ideals is reflected in this Conduct Policy.

Examples of unacceptable behavior include, but are not limited to:

  • Creating a disturbance or behaving in a manner which interferes with normal use of the building, such as rowdiness, noise, loitering, and offensive interpersonal behavior.
  • Disruptive use of cell phones or other electronic devices.
  • Violating policies concerning food, drink, and tobacco products, or alcohol and drugs.
  • Mutilating, defacing or misusing materials, equipment, or property.
  • Removing or attempting to remove Miller Learning Center materials or property.
  • Concealing or otherwise restricting access to materials for the exclusive use of an individual or group without authorization.
  • Possessing a weapon or hazardous substance / item.
  • Engaging in sexual activity.
  • Harassing or stalking Miller Learning Center staff or users.
  • Tampering with emergency mechanisms (fire alarms, alarms in elevators, opening emergency exits in non-emergency situations).
  • Being in an unauthorized area of the building; remaining in the building after closing or when requested to leave during emergency situations or drills.
  • Leaving children unattended within the Libraries. Any unattended children will be turned over to the custody of the University of Georgia Police Department.
  • Bringing animals into the building that don’t provide assistance; leaving animals unattended on building premises.
  • Violating University and Miller Learning Center rules regarding computer use.

Individuals or groups who do not follow these guidelines may be accountable to both civil authorities (city, state, or federal) and to The University of Georgia.