of Name, Address or Telephone
in name, address or telephone number need to be submitted on the appropriate
form available in the Office of Student Services.
and the College of Nursing communicate with students in a variety of
ways, including the use of bulletin boards, the use of E-mail, use of
student mailboxes, and other means of personal communication.
Students are responsible for all communication regarding program information/changes
relayed through the campus mail systems. Messages for faculty
may be left on their office voice mail or e-mails.
A number of
student computer laboratories are available on campus. See the
University Student Guide and Academic Planner for further information
access to E-mail and the Internet at many campus locations. Additionally
student may elect to download E-mail, Internet and Computerized Library
Search (QVT) to their private residence. Contact the Computer
Center for further information.
Offices and Mailboxes
offices and mailboxes are located in the College of Nursing Administration
Building. The building is open Monday-Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm.
Students are urged to make arrangements to submit papers directly to
the instructor as much as possible. A receiving box for faculty
is located in the Receptionist area of the College (first floor lobby).
faculty offices are located on the North Campus. Students are
urged to identify location of faculty offices for all courses in which
A student identification
card is required to use University services including library checkout
privileges. This card is obtained in the Office of Admissions
located in room 225 Millennium Student Center. Evidence of current
enrollment (fee card) is required. Outreach students will
be notified by Office of Student Services regarding the process for
obtaining an identification card, this may necessitate completing the
process on the main UM-St. Louis campus.
has two library centers--Thomas Jefferson, located on the main campus
and the Ward E. Barnes Library, housed in the South campus complex.
While students may have need to use resources from any of the centers,
the Health Sciences materials are located in the Ward E. Barnes Library
and will be most frequently utilized. Information regarding each
library may be found in the UM-St. Louis Student Handbook.
park in student-designated areas only. Illegally parked
cars will be ticketed and may be towed at the owner's expense.
Grades and transcripts will be held until tickets are paid.