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What’s New This Spring

New support services, new Red Hawk Diner menu and more!

Posted in: Academic, Announcements, Dean of Students News, Featured News, Parents and Family, Red Hawk Central, Safety

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It’s a new year and new semester, so what’s new on campus this spring?

New Red Hawk Diner Menu

Crazy milkshakes, handcrafted burgers, healthy choices and more are all coming to the new Red Hawk Diner menu. Join Dining Services at the Diner on Tuesday, January 22, 12-4 p.m. for the big reveal while enjoying free samples of new menu options! View the Yummy Details!


Got a question for the library? How about a live chat with one of the library staff? Go to the Sprague Library website and check out the “Ask A Librarian” tab on the upper left side. During library hours you can live chat with a librarian. Check out all the Ways to Connect with the Library.


Need to provide financial aid documentation? The Financial Aid Office has instituted the use of MappingXpress to provide students and families with a safe and secure way to submit required personal documents. Get the Step-by-Step Instructions.

eTranscripts & eDiploma

Two new services provided to you by the Office of the Registrar:

  • eTranscripts: Get your certified official transcript sent to the email address(es) you provide within 24 hours!
  • eDiploma: Order and receive within minutes an official signed and certified pdf of your diploma!

Get all the Details about eTranscripts and eDiploma.

Student Conduct and Title IX Reporting

The Office of Student Conduct now has a new online system for members of the campus community to report conduct and Title IX incidents/violations: Advocate. This new online system provides improved tracking of incidents and allows for the process to proceed more effectively and timely. Learn How to Access Advocate.

Student Recreation Aqua Nights

Join Campus Recreation every Monday for a new and exciting series of events at the Student Recreation Center pool. The events change every week, so there is something always new. Hosted by the Aquatics Planned Events group (APE!), the program is every Monday from 7-9 p.m. and they are all free!

Updates to the University’s Tobacco Policy

In 2017, the University announced an initiative to be 100% tobacco-free by September 2020 and placed 11 designated smoking areas around campus, marked clearly with a pole and red banner. This fall 2018, we removed two of the designated smoking areas and now this spring 2019 we are removing two more. View the Details and Location Changes.