Film Studies Check Out
CURRENT GENERAL EQUIPMENT CHECKOUT POLICIES (Fall 2020)
Equipment and Hurvis access is solely available to those enrolled in production classes this term (FIST 318 and FIST 240/ ART 240) and senior film students working on their capstone project, and may only be used for production class projects/capstones this term.
Check your course materials for info on what equipment is assigned to your class.
There are no exceptions to these limited access rules this term.
Equipment checkout is solely on a special case by case basis confirmed by professors Anne Haydock or John Shimon, with specific pick-up appointments.
Equipment may only be used for class projects or senior capstones.
Bring your student ID to collect and return your equipment.
Be sure you check your order, look over the equipment, and understand the time your equipment is due back before you sign the custody sheet. Once you have signed, you are liable for any damage or replacement costs. Even though we will be systematically disinfecting all returned equipment, at checkout we will provide some disinfecting wipes if you wish to wipe down the equipment being lent to you.
Please report any missing or faulty equipment immediately so we can make the necessary repairs.
Once you sign out equipment, you are responsible for that equipment, and liable for all repair and/or replacement costs if that equipment is lost, damaged, or stolen– so use good judgment!
Returns are also scheduled by appointment, so be sure to return your equipment on time.\
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