Library Home at The University of West Georgia


General Library Policies

Noise and Use Policies

Unaccompanied Children in the Library

Food, Beverages, & Tobacco Policy

Signage Policy - For digital displays 

Signage Policy - For paper flyers

Events Space Policies - Reserve a library event space

Access Services

Circulation Policies - includes borrowing privileges, loan periods, fine information, and more 

Interlibrary Loan Policies - instructions on how to obtain materials not owned by Ingram Library

Distance Learning Library Services Policies - polices concerning services available for distance learning students  

Instructional Services

UWG Grade Appeals Policy

Course-specific library workshop scheduling:
Instructors can request that a librarian create a library instruction workshop for specific courses. To request a session, instructors fill out this form: The library requests that instructors fill out the form at least 2 weeks prior to the anticipated session dates.


Good Librations:
A social workshop series for UWG faculty and staff. These are scheduled by Ingram Library’s Instructional Services department. For more information see:

Students can sign up for a 30 minute research consultation with a reference librarian, held at the Reference Desk on the first floor of Ingram Library unless otherwise arranged. To facilitate this process, students choose a time slot using the calendar service found on this page: Time slots are filled on a first-come, first-served basis, and the available times are Monday-Thursday from 11am-5pm. Should students request specialized subject help, they can fill out the form on that page to have their request routed to the appropriate librarian.

Instructional Space Usage Policy

Copying Services 

A copy card is required to print from library computers. The cost is 8 cents per page. The library also has photocopiers and their cost is 7 cents per page if using a copy card, else 10 cents a page if using cash. 


Reporting Computer Security Incidents

Administrative Policies and Procedures