Food, Gum or Drink in the Lab!
* All cell phones
and personal electronic devices must be turned off
and stowed away.
* If you leave the lab for any reason, you must
* You must be actively participating in Mathematics
or you will receive zero time.
1. Always go to class and pay attention.
2. Always spend at least the minimum lab hours required
per week. Three hours a week does NOT mean 2hrs
3. Actively participate in your work homework.
4. Ask questions! We are more than glad to help
5. Do not wait until deadlines to begin working
on homework and quizzes.
6. Continue working similar exercises until you
can do them without any help.
7. Keep an organized notebook.
8. Keep a positive attitude!
the Ellender Library is a place where students and faculty
study, read, and conduct research in a quiet setting,
it has adopted the following policy regarding the use
of cell phones and pagers in the building.
Before entering the library, cell phones and pagers
must be switched to silent mode. If you need to answer
or place a call, go to the designated area.
Cell phone conversations are permitted in the first
floor lobby. Cell phone use is prohibited in all other
areas, including restrooms. Cell phone conversations
should be brief and conducted in a low voice. Patrons
failing to comply with the above stated policies will
be asked to leave the building. To ensure the comfort
and safety of all patrons and staff, the Ellender Memorial
Library, Nicholls State University, Thibodaux, Louisiana,
has set up the following code of conduct to cover all
smoking, eating, drinking, or
sleeping is permitted
library building. Making or causing any noise which
disturbs the peace or good order of the Library is not
permitted. Animals are not permitted in the Library,
with the exception of animals trained to assist the
disabled. Persons who are disruptive or who do not follow
the Library Code of Conduct will be asked to leave the
Library. Persons whose behavior is disruptive or dangerous
may be placed on "Trespass After Warning"
status. The Library is not responsible for personal
belongings left in library materials or on library property.
Library staff are not responsible for the safety or
well-being of children left on library property. Children
under age 6 may not be left unattended. Children of
any age may not be left at the library for "babysitting"