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Seton Hall Law

Rodino Center Policies and Rules

Seton Hall Law Rodino Center Polices

General Rodino Center Rules

The following policies are implemented in the Rodino Center in order to maintain a suitable environment for research and study.

We take seriously the rights and safety of library users and staff. All users and staff are expected to treat each other with courtesy, respect, and kindness.

Furniture & Equipment

Rodino Center furniture and equipment may not be moved from its designated location without the express permission and assistance of staff. This policy applies to all items, even those on wheels.

Refrain from using personal belongings to save study spaces.  Materials may not be left in the Rodino Center overnight.  Any materials left overnight will be confiscated.  

Respect private and institutional property and collections and adhere to the Rodino Center policies related to their use.

Noise Policy

4th & 5th Floor:  Considerate Conversation spaces

3rd Floor:  Silent Study spaces

Study Rooms: Please be mindful that the study rooms are not sound proofed, and sound within a study room can be heard in adjacent study rooms, and in the silent study zone outside of the study rooms.

Enforcement:  Persons talking loudly or engaging in behavior disturbing to other patrons may be asked to leave the Rodino Center if unresponsive to librarian requests to refrain from loud behavior. 

Complaints: For noise complaints, stop by the Service Desk or contact us through Live Chat.

Food & Drink Policy

Feel free to have food & drinks in covered containers.

Avoid foods that might be disruptive or create an unpleasant experience for others (ex: foods that are messy, strong-smelling or that generate noise).

Throw away all trash & clean up after yourself when you leave your study spot.  

Smoking Policy

Smoking and vaping are not permitted anywhere in the building.

Cell Phone Policy

Taking phone calls on your cell phone is only permitted in Considerate Conversation Zones and Study Rooms.

Copying, Scanning, & Printing

Current students, faculty, and staff are permitted to copy, scan, and print within the limits set by the IT/Legal Information Technology Department.

Other patrons, please review our Alumni & Visiting Attorneys policies page.

Notice: The copyright law of the United States (Title 17 U.S. Code) governs the making of photocopies or other reproductions of copyrighted material. The person using this equipment is liable for any infringement.

Rodino Center Scanner

There is a Fujitsu SV600 Scanner located in the Rodino Center that can be used to scan and save desired pages of Rodino Center Law Library print materials.  

Instructions for use:

  1. Before scanning, download the appropriate software to your computer.
  2. Click Scan to start scanning
  3. Click continue until you’re done
  4. Click finished when done scanning
  5. Save document to files/folder

Alternatively, take a picture of the desired pages with your phone, and use an app to convert to PDF.  Below are a few recommended apps. 

  • OneDrive App
  • Microsoft Lens
  • iPhone Files App (hold down on photo --> select convert to PDF)
  • Android phones Photos App (Edit photo --> Print option --> Print to PDF)
  • AdobeScan: Mobile PDF Scanner

Notice: The copyright law of the United States (Title 17 U.S. Code) governs the making of photocopies or other reproductions of copyrighted material. The person using this equipment is liable for any infringement.