Persons not connected to the college must apply to the Librarian for permission to use the Library or take a letter from the institution that they are attached to, requesting permission to use the library. Such persons may be admitted only at the discretion of the Librarian.
The Librarian (In consultation with the Principal) from time to time determines the Library opening hours. Whenever possible, information regarding changes will be posted in the library.
A warning is sounded at 30 minutes and again at 15 minutes before closing time. All loans must be completed during this time, because at the third and final signal for closing time all readers must leave the library.
Materials must be returned on or before the last date stamped on the label in the book. Failure to comply will result in fines being levied. Overnight books are due at 10:00 am on the following day. They become overdue after that time and a fine will be charged. (See page 12 for the fines).
Borrowers who are persistently late in returning books may be deprived of borrowing privileges.
Borrowers are responsible for materials on loan to them and must pay for any loss or damage. You should ensure for your own protection that All materials returned are recorded in the logbook. You will be held responsible for missing or hidden items if they are not logged out when returned.
KINGSTON, Jamaica – Olivia Grange, Minister of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport, has congratulated second year student at the GC Foster College of Physical Education and Sport, Delon Scott, on being the winner of the Dr Arthur Wint Centenary Scholarship.
“I thought we had to do something really special to mark the 100th anniversary of the birth of one of Jamaica's greatest track and field athletes and so the idea of a Dr Arthur Wint Centenary Scholarship was born,” Grange said.
“Delon Scott certainly demonstrated to the scholarship selection committee that he is deserving of this prestigious award.”
Scott, who is from the parish of Manchester, is pursuing a bachelor's degree in physical education, has a GPA of 3.89; plays rugby and volleyball at the college level, as well as carries out voluntary work for the college and his community.
He was chosen from a shortlist of five candidates.
“We expect Delon to emulate the good values that characterised the life of Dr Wint, both during and beyond the period of the scholarship and to maintain academic excellence even as he competes in sport.
“The scholarship will cover the cost of his tuition and boarding for the remaining three years of his course of study,” Grange said.