Psychology Graduate Program Student Handbook

5. Resources

5.1 Bookstore


The UNF bookstore provides an on-campus source for academic supplies, textbooks, course materials, an expanded selection of general books and magazines, Hallmark cards, plus UNF clothing and gift items. The bookstore is authorized to sell select Dell Computer laptop and desktop

models at discounted prices to the UNF community. More than 6,000 computer software programs are available at educational prices with discounts of up to 85% offered to students, faculty and staff. The bookstore also provides check cashing, continuous book buy-back, special ordering of books

and supplies, graduation paraphernalia and employment opportunities. The bookstore’s normal hours of operation are Monday through Thursday, 7:45 a.m. to 7 p.m., Friday 7:45 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., and Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Hours are extended at the beginning of each term to accommodate customers needs. For more information, call 620-2665 and for online services: http://www.efollett.com.



5.2 Career Services


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5.3 Information Technology Services


Information Technology Services (ITS), located in the John E. Mathews, Jr., Computer and Information Sciences Building, provides computer, networking, information systems, and telecommunications support to the academic and administrative communities of UNF.

 

A full-service Support Center is located on the second floor of the Mathews Building. It provides a variety of services for students, faculty, and staff including assistance with network and email accounts, audio-visual equipment requests for classrooms, and help with hardware and software problems. These services are accessible in a variety of ways; walk-in (15/2106), email (its-support@unf.edu), and phone (620-HELP).  A general-purpose computer lab is located on the second floor of the Mathews Building. ITS supports two computer classrooms on the first floor of the Mathews Building and technology-equipped classrooms in various buildings across campus.

 

Every currently enrolled student is provided with an e-mail account at no cost to the student. Instructions for accessing and using a UNF e-mail account are available at Information Technology Services’ website: http://www.unf.edu/dept/its/email/student-email.htm.  For detailed information on the facilities and services provided by Information Technology Services, consult the department’s website: http://www.unf.edu/dept/its.



5.4 One-Stop Student Services


One Stop Student Services and the Office of Admissions are located to first floor of UNF Hall, bldg 53. UNF Hall is on Kernan Blvd across from Alumni Hall, approximately ¼ mile north of the intersection of Kernan Blvd. and Alumni Drive. One-Stop assists current students with a wide range of policy and procedural issues related to financial aid, admissions, academic records, veterans affairs, and registration. The office provides a central point of communication and contact for all of Enrollment Services and coordinates many procedural functions that previously would have required students to travel from office to office. One-Stop also provides access to self-service computer kiosks and a pay-for-print multi-purpose machine for photocopying and printing documents. The overarching goal of the One-Stop is to provide excellent service to students and streamline procedures while helping to maintain the integrity of the institution. Please note that the One-Stop does not advise students regarding course selections or substitutions. Those functions rest with the academic advisors. One-Stop Student Services may be contacted at (904) 620-5555 or via email at OneStop@unf.edu.