Answered By: Timothy Grasso Last Updated: Sep 25, 2018 Views: 22
The Hubbard Library at Fuller Seminary has always been a private library for the service of the Fuller Seminary community. The entrance policy of checking ID for students and visitors has been intentionally enforced since 2016, in light of disruption of library services by non-Fuller affiliated guests.
Starting Summer of 2018, and in coordination with Fuller's long term campus security and access control initiatives, a Fuller ID is mandatory for all library visitors, including Fuller faculty, staff, and students.
Fuller students and faculty can pick-up a new Fuller photo ID card at the Registrar’s Office. Fuller staff can pick-up their ID at the Campus Safety Office (HR building), and Fuller alumni should please verify eligibility at the Alumni Office (G-number) and then pick up an ID at the Campus Safety Office (HR building).
The Hubbard library asks that you please respect the staff and cadets who work hard to keep our community safe.
Any arguing, ignoring of staff instructions, or any other unacceptable behavior, constitutes a violation of Fuller’s Community Standards, and all incidents will be reported.
We thank you for your cooperation!