Answered By: Ginny Durham Last Updated: Feb 24, 2016 Views: 15
Dear sir or madam,
My sincerest apologies for the inconveince you experienced yesterday while trying to study in the library. We try to provide appropriate environments for a variety of types of learning, including study rooms on each floor, individual study carrels, "Quiet Only" rooms on the first floor, as well as spaces designed for individual reading and contemplation. In addition, there are several areas on the second floor where table tents have placed on tables indicating to fellow students be aware of their environment and to keep the noise to a minimum as to not disturb other students.
If you find yourself in a situation where you feel the noise level is unacceptable, you can ask the person(s) to be quiet. If you are not comfortable with that, or they don't respond favorably to your request, please tell a staff member at the front desk, or library administration, and we will go "shush" them.
Providing an environment that is conducive to study, research, and learning as well as welcoming to all students, is an important part of the Library's overall commitment to student success.
Ginny Loveless | Reese Library Administration | email@example.com | 706.737.1745