Unattended Children Policy
The Wright State University Libraries welcome children who are accompanied and supervised by a parent or adult caregiver. The supervision, safety and security of children are the responsibility of the parent or adult caregiver. The Libraries assumes no responsibility for the safety and supervision of children left unattended. The Wright State University Police Department may be notified if children are left in the library unaccompanied by an adult. Please note the following:
- Children, ages 14 or younger, must be under the direct supervision of a parent or an adult caregiver at all times while in the library.
- Children needing assistance with government information or government publications can contact the library for assistance or to arrange a visit.
- Parents or other adult caregivers must monitor all activities and behavior of their children while they are in the library. They are also responsible for any damage to property done by the child. Parents will be asked to remove children from the library who exhibit disruptive behavior.
- Library computers are intended for research and the completing of course assignments; they are not intended as diversions or entertainment for children.