• Patrons shall behave in an acceptable and lawful manner
• Patrons are expected to maintain an acceptable standard of personal hygiene
• Children under the age of 12 shall be accompanied by an adult
• Patrons shall utilize only external racks for bicycles
• Patrons shall respect quiet zones, (cell phone and noise prohibited)
• Patrons shall follow reasonable direction of Library Staff
By entering the University Library, you agree to all applicable policies, including conduct and behavior.
A more complete list is available upon request.
We reserve the right to have all non-compliant patrons removed from the premises.
STRIPE = Stockton Campus Transport and Escort Service
STRIPE service provides both cart and walking escort to students on campus and extends the presence of the University Police through additional responsibilities such as providing door unlocks and lock-ups based on schedule or dispatched assignment. The STRIPE unit is composed of trained student employees. STRIPE is only available for service on the Stockton campus.
STRIPE Hours of Operation
Spring & Fall semester -- 7 days a week 6:00 PM - 2:00 AM
Summer semester sessions -- 7 days a week 6:00 PM - 11:00 PM
After service hours transport needed, contact dispatch at 209.946.2537 to request
Obtaining a STRIPE Escort
Text STRIPE at 209.624.8747, or 209.624.TRIP (give your name, location, number in party, and destination)
Flag down STRIPE when you see them operating on campus (they will assist to get you on your way)
Call the Public Safety dispatcher at 209.946.2537 -- while the preferred method is the text app, you can call dispatch if needed (during or after the noted service hours)
Parking lots are identified by zone. You may only park in lots corresponding to your permit.
Between 8AM – 5PM weekdays, visitors must display a temporary parking permit on their vehicle. Visitors can obtain a temporary permit by visiting the Welcome Center inside Burns Tower, ground floor. After doing so, visitors may park in the reserved “Visitor Parking” slots.
Public Safety officers patrol campus parking regularly. If a vehicle is parked illegally, it will be cited. If you think the citation was made in error, please contact the Citation Appeal Policies and Procedures.