Campus Resources: Academic and Personal Needs
CAMPUS MEDIATION CENTER
NEWMAN CATHOLIC CAMPUS MINISTRY
LIGHT LUNCHES CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP
Meets every Wednesday at 12 noon in the Student Center for the Christian staff. Everyone who would like to attend, please bring your lunch with you. On special occasions, individuals present themes from the Bible.
COUNCIL FOR FAITH AND SPIRITUALITY
The Montclarion, Montclair State University's weekly campus newspaper, keeps the University community abreast of campus news and local events. The Monclarion is available at various campus sites (i.e. Dickson Hall lobby, College Hall lobby, Student Center, Sprague Library) every Thursday while classes are in session.
Vending machines are located at various locations around the campus providing quick snacks such as candy, chips, cookies, and an assortment of beverages. Refund signs are posted at each location should you need assistance, or can leave a message at (973) 655-7707.
THE RED HAWK NEST COMMUTER LOUNGE
Location: Student Center Annex, Room 126
The Red Hawk Nest, located in Room 126 of the Student Center Annex, located on the first floor of the Student Center Annex, is open to all commuter students as a place to go between classes and/or do coursework or study. Several activities and events are planned and scheduled at the lounge throughout the year (e.g. movie night). Students should feel free to stop by, see some friends, do some work, or relax between classes at the Red Hawk Nest.
DEAN OF STUDENTS DEPARTMENT
The Mission of the Dean of Students Department is to provide a growth-enhancing environment in which all Montclair State University can learn and develop to their fullest potential. Through the collaborative efforts of the twelve areas within the department, they strive to promote the six dimensions of wellness—psychological, physical, ethical, spiritual, occupational and intellectual for a diverse student body.
The twelve service areas in the Dean of Students department include:
- Campus Ministry Council
- Campus Recreation and Intramural Services
- Judicial Affairs
- Greek Life
- Health Center
- Counseling and Psychological Services
- Services for Students with Disabilities
- Student Activities/Leadership Programs
- Student Center
- Diversity Programs and the Women's Center
The Dean of Students Office is staffed with the Dean, two Associate Deans, and administrative assistants. As student advocates, they provide students with assistance in resolving individual difficulties through referral, problem solving, and intervention. Related services include:
- Notification and verification of illness to instructors.
- Late Withdrawals from classes.
- Assistance and referral for victims of sexual harassment and/or sexual assault.
- Student disciplinary procedures
RED HAWK DOLLARS
RESIDENTIAL EDUCATION & SERVICES
Need a gift or just want to browse? Come and find a bargain at Rocky's Market, located on the first floor of the Student Center. We provide a host of vendors with a wide variety of merchandise, which includes all types of clothing for both men and women; gold, silver and costume jewelry; accessories, cosmetics and a host of other items. Rocky's Market is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. during the academic year.
SCHEDULING UNIVERSITY FACILITIES
THE SEXUAL ASSAULT RESPONSE TEAM
Important Telephone Numbers
University Police 973-655-5222
Counseling and Psychological Services 973-655-5211
University Health Center 973-655-4361
The Women's Center 973-655-5114
The Dean of Students Office 973-655-4118
Residence Hall Directors:
Hawk Crossings 973-655-4475
Sinatra Hall 973-655-5257
The Village 973-655-6689
Machuga Heights 973-655-4668
Dinallo Heights 973-655-4664
Students should assume that all courses would be held as scheduled. In case of a severe storm, daytime and evening classes may be cancelled. If in doubt, telephone the University at (973) 655-7810 or consult the university's home page or check their Montclair email account for a university message. The following radio stations announce official university closings: AM Stations: WCBS-880, WINS-1010, WOR-710, WERA-1590, WJLK-1310, WJDM-1530, WMTR-1250, WKER-1500, WCTC-1450. FM Stations: WJLK-94.3, WMGQ-98.3, and WNNJ-103.
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