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Locker Policies

Thesis/Graduate Student Lockers

There are 102 lockers in our library. Five lockers are reserved for campus graduate students with disabilities. Priority for the remaining 97 lockers is issued on a first come basis to Graduate and Thesis students. Students who wish to check out a locker must have a current OneCard that reflects their status as a Graduate or Thesis student and/or be listed as Graduate or Thesis in CMS/My Sac State.

Specific Rules and Procedures

  1. Lockers are located on the 4th floor.
  2. Lockers will be assigned for one semester only.
  3. No food or beverages can be kept in the locker.
  4. All circulating library materials must be checked out before being placed in the locker.
  5. Non-circulating materials cannot be placed in the lockers, e.g., reference materials, periodicals, etc.
  6. The library is not responsible for personal materials left in the locker, nor does the library guarantee locker security.
  7. The library reserves the right to periodically inspect the lockers.
  8. Locker keys may not be duplicated.
  9. The library staff will not be available to open lockers should the user forget the key.
  10. At the end of each semester, the locker must be renewed or completely emptied and the key returned no later than the due date.
  11. If a key is returned after the due date, or if a key is lost, a $50.00 billing fee will be assessed and a hold will be placed on your academic record.

Doctoral Student Locks/Lockers

There are 12 lockers on the Lower Level of the Library. Locks for these lockers are assigned to Education Doctoral Students only.

Specific Rules and Procedures

  1. Education Doctoral Students must set the combination on the lock and provide User Services with the combination.
  2. Locks will be assigned for one semester.
  3. No food or beverages can be kept in the locker.
  4. All circulating library materials must be checked out before being placed in the locker.
  5. Non-circulating materials cannot be placed in the lockers, e.g., reference materials, periodicals, etc.
  6. The library is not responsible for personal materials left in the locker, nor does the library guarantee locker security.
  7. The library reserves the right to periodically inspect the lockers.
  8. At the end of each semester the lock must be renewed, or completely emptied and the lock returned no later than the due date.
  9. If a lock is returned after the due date, or if a lock is lost, a $15 billing fee will be assessed and a hold will be placed on your academic record until the lock is returned and/or the fee is paid.