Guidelines for Events & Displays, R.P. Bell Library
The R.P. Bell Library welcomes faculty, staff and students to use the library as a space to display your work, host information tables, and promote Mount Allison groups, societies and issues.
Displays, information tables or other events should be consistent with the following guidelines:
- Be sponsored by a registered Mount Allison University club or society; or by students involved in a class-related project; or by faculty, staff or groups involved in Mount A events or research.
- Not involve the sale of items. The library is a non-commercial space, and aside from the Flying Bean Café, the sale of items within the library is restricted. Bake sales may be held on a “donations-only” basis.
- Not disrupt study. The library’s first priority is to maintain a welcoming, comfortable study space with equitable access to information and knowledge; the right to privacy; and an environment that fosters intellectual & academic freedom and the integrity of scholarly research. For more on the Libraries & Archives values and guiding principles, click here.
- Not conflict with regularly scheduled library displays or events.
If you would like to hold an event in the library or if you have any questions about events, please contact email@example.com. Please provide a minimum of one week’s notice for proposed events. The Library reserves the right to deny requests.