Student Health Randy S. Risher Wellness Center [email protected] 870-460-1051 The Student Health Nurse is directly responsible for the administration of the Student Health Program at the University of Arkansas-Monticello. This program includes first aid, a variety of non-prescription medications, emergency services, and general health advice. In addition, referrals may be made to local agencies. The Student Health Program also features an Exercise Center available for students, faculty, and staff. The co-curricular experience plays a critical role in the development of students at the University. University of Arkansas at Monticello Upward Bound Harris Hall—3rd Floor [email protected] 870-460-1010 Division of Student Affairs University Center-Upper Level Upward Bound is a college preparatory program designed to generate the skills and motivation necessary for success in education beyond high school among young people from low-income and first generation families. Upon graduation from high school, eligible seniors are offered a chance to participate in the Upward Bound Bridge Program. Seniors are given the opportunity to take six hours of college courses during the first summer session. Students are provided tuition, fees, room and board. Student Programs & Activities University Reservations University Center-Upper Level [email protected] 870-460-1396 Fine Arts Center [email protected] 870-460-1412 With a wide variety of programs, activities, and over sixty student organizations, UAM offers ten Greek organizations as well. Students are able to take an active, hands-on approach to learning life skills. These opportunities are provided to encourage student participation, to experience various cultural and entertainment events, and to promote the maturation of students. In addition, the University offers students a series of special events and programs planned and coordinated by the Student Activities Board (SAB) and the Student Government Association (SGA). The University Reservations office helps to schedule meetings, events, and special activities around campus. This office works closely with both student organizations and the Student Programs & Activities office to reserve space for both on-campus and offcampus organizations. The locations we provide include small to large meeting rooms in the University Center, the Spencer Art Gallery and the 440 seat Fine Arts Center Auditorium. This office also coordinates with Aramark Food Services on campus to ensure that any catering needs are met. All locations may be reserved free of charge. Rev.07/2014 The Office of Student Affairs serves as a liaison with faculty and other administrative offices on behalf of students. We extend support services, information referral assistance and administer the student judicial system. We also provide students with information about co-curricular activities and programs, and University policies that affect students such as the student code of conduct. Student Affairs Office P. O. Box 3459 Monticello, AR 71656 Phone: 870-460-1053 Fax: 870-460-1653 www.uamont.edu/StudentAffairs/ Public Safety Public Safety [email protected] 870-460-1083 Car eer Ser vices Harris Hall—2nd Floor [email protected] 870-460-1454 Freshmen and sophomores are assisted with career assessment, values clarification, and occupational data to help them make informed choices of academic majors. Juniors and Seniors are provided opportunities for experiential learning (internships) and discovering the relationship of skills acquired to the broader work world. Career Services helps prepare graduating seniors to be successful candidates by helping them translate their academic and co-curricular experiences into successful job campaigns or graduate school applications. Dining Services University Center-Upper Level [email protected] www.uam.catertrax.com 870-460-1076 You’ll find a variety of foods, including hand-tossed pizza, entrees, vegetables, soup, sandwiches, salad and dessert bars in the campus dining hall. Located in the Fred J. Taylor Library, Montague’s Deli and Java City is a relaxing place to eat. They offer a variety of sandwiches, wraps, salads, coffees, hot teas, cookies, scones and muffins. Public Safety maintains a reasonably safe campus. Responsible for crime prevention, law enforcement, parking control, emergency response, residence hall security, policing of special events, and various other community services on campus, they provide a full range of campus services 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Public Safety officers have complete police authority to apprehend and arrest anyone involved in illegal acts on-campus and areas immediately adjacent to the campus. Additionally, Public Safety is the official lost and found for the campus. Residence Life Harris Hall—2nd Floor [email protected] 870-460-1045 Intramurals & Recr ea tion Counseling & Testing Harris Hall—2nd Floor [email protected] 870-460-1454 The office routinely provides confidential counseling and support services which promote personal, academic, and the psychological wellbeing of students. Students are offered a wide variety of tests, including CLEP, Praxis, and the ACT. A brochure listing tests, costs, and test dates is available in the Counseling and Testing University Center-Lower Level [email protected] 870-460-1046 The Intramural and Recreation Program is a vital part of campus life at the University. Individuals and teams participate in a wide variety of competitive sports and special events. Intramurals encourage cooperation, good sportsmanship, and physical fitness. Additional opportunities to pursue recreational activities are available through the use of the U.C. Recreation Areas and several outdoor facilities. Today’s residence halls are The Residence Life program at the places where life experiences University strives to are integrated with the total provide more than just a room in its university educational residence halls. program. A student’s experiences in the residence halls can have a major impact on academic performance and overall personal growth. Through hall governments, intramural sports, educational workshops, and other activities, the University strives to meet students’ diverse needs by making the residence hall a livinglearning experience. High-speed internet connections are available in all Residence Halls and the University Apartments.